Non-pressure Roof Cleaning
Read this before you replace your roof
Consumers Guide to Roof Cleaning
In The News
The Washington Post even did an article covering this problem: Roof algae article
These organisms feed on the base of the shingle. Consequently, this causes the reflective ceramic granules to loosen and end up in your gutter. As these granules ‘disappear’ you will notice a rise in your homes utility bills. Your air conditioner may be unable to effectively reflect the suns rays away from your home in summer. As a result, your AC will find itself working overtime to keep your house cool. The black streaks also absorb and hold heat to your roofs surface. In winter your heating bill will inch upward. But, why? Simply put, the shingles will be less likely to retain the heat in your home as they did when they were new. An infected roof reduces your homes curb-appeal and property value. Additionally, it can also have an adverse effect on the occupant’s respiratory system. So, beware allergy sufferers!
You can relax knowing that we are a CERTIFIED roof cleaning contractor. The certification process through the UAMCC is an extensive process. This ensures that contractors are properly insured and are using the proper techniques, products, and safety precautions. Accordingly, this provide customers with the highest quality and safest results in the industry. In short, before hiring a roof cleaner, ask them if they are CERTIFIED.