If you notice black streaks on your roof, they are actually a hardy algae called Gloeocapsa magma. As the blue-green algae accumulate, they develop a dark, hardened outer coating, which results in the black stains you see. The algae feeds on the limestone in shingles.
Many people believe this roof appearance is an indicator that they need a roof replacement and mistakenly pay for new roofs without realizing that the streaks on their roof are a common algae that can be safely removed.
Our roof cleaning service is a soft wash treatment that kills all the organic growth that creates the stains and restores your shingle's appearance. Not only will you love the results because we get rid of black streaks and algae right away to restore it's original beauty, but you’ll also have peace of mind knowing your roof is protected against future growth for years to come.
The exterior building materials whether house siding, asphalt roofing, brick and stone, wood decking, exterior window trim, needs to be cleaned by professionals. Damaging water pressure from pressure washers and inexperience can cause unwanted expensive costs when done incorrectly. Affordable Pressure Washing uses commercial grade equipment and eco-friendly cleaning products that will not damage your exterior surfaces, like strip paint, chipping bricks, damaging concrete or patio pavers. We also bring an affordable option to save you money and keep your building’s exterior looking great for years to come.
Our Method is Good For Your Health - Mold, mildew, fungus, and algae take places on the top 10 Allergy Irritants list. Mold and fungus can also cause Legionnaires Disease.
Our Method is Good For Your Wallet - We can save you from expensive roof replacement by taking care of your roof and preventing deterioration.
Our Method is Good For Your Roof - By taking preventative measures and taking care of your roof, you can greatly extend the lifespan of your roof.
Our Method is Good For Your Home - By improving the look of your roof, you will greatly improve the look of your home overall.