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We here at Clear N’ Bright try to separate ourselves from other roof cleaning companies by doing everything we possibly can for you.
Part of owning any home is keeping the surrounding area clean.
We do not recommend pressure washing or high-pressure air to clean your roof.
What we recommend is doing a hard sweep to remove as much debris and larger areas of moss, then hand clean the gutters and follow up with an environmentally/Salmon safe treatment to kill anything remaining on the roof.
Clear N' Bright Windows, Gutters, Roof Cleaning and Holiday Lighting have over 30 years of experience in making you proud of your property. Extend the life of your investment with a proper cleaning from our dedicated staff.
You may think moss gives your home a little fairy-tale allure, but it can be a huge signal of water damage or other roofing issues—not what you need when looking to live happily ever after.
Moss and algae tend to grow in damp, shaded areas and can cause damage to your roof both directly and indirectly. If large patches of moss grow on your roof, they will hold water against the surface, causing the roofing materials to rot. In addition, trapped water can create gaps between your roof’s tiles. As the water freezes and thaws, it can pull the tiles apart, causing even more damage. Moss absorbs and retains water, so if there is a lot on your roof, there will be a lot of moisture. If left untreated, moss will begin to eat away at the surface of your roof tiles.
If you notice moss in small sections on your roof, it is important to have it removed. You can try to do this on your own, however, we recommend hiring a professional to handle the job. Cleaning a roof on your own without the proper equipment or experience could be dangerous and damaging. If any damage occurs to the tiles or shingles, you could end up with a problem that affects other parts of your home.
Don’t risk it. Call the professionals at Clear N' Bright Windows. We have the equipment needed to clean your roof, such as ladders, safety harnesses, and anchors.
If you have started noticing moss regularly blocking up your gutters or can see it from ground level or a window, now is the time to consider having it treated and removed. Before long, the moss will spread, quickly becoming a much larger job, and ultimately costing you more.
If you want to remove dead moss from your roof or are thinking of selling your home, we offer several different methods of roof cleaning. Read more about our process below or feel free to give us a call for more details.
Here at Clear N' Bright Windows, we do not perform pressure/power washing or use high air pressure as it can cause damage to your tiles and granules. It may also void any warranty you may have with your contractor.
We will apply a treatment and then wait six to eight weeks for the moss to die before doing a light sweep of the dead moss. We would not recommend the use of bleach on your roof, as it is very corrosive and will cause damage to any plant life surrounding your home.
The best time to have your roof swept is in the summer when the weather is dryer. It is dangerous to carry out roof cleaning in wet, windy, or icy conditions. If you are looking to have your roof cleaned, don’t wait until the winter to start looking for a professional company. Having your roof treated bi-annually or annually will also help prevent your gutters from getting clogged. Ultimately this will save you money and your gutters will work more efficiently at protecting your home from rainwater.
Call now to schedule your moss treatment!
Clear N' Bright Windows gives a 100% guarantee that our moss treatment will kill the moss/algae. If, for whatever reason, our treatment doesn’t kill the moss in the 6- to 8-week period, we will reapply the treatment at no cost to the homeowner.
Moss tends to form in areas where it is shielded from the sun. If sections of your roof are under heavy tree cover, these are prime spots for moss to thrive. Washington State is a damp climate, and there are many days of overcast and rain. You will most likely notice signs of algae or moss forming on your roof at some point.
However, the presence of moss does not mean your roof has sustained damage, especially if you catch it early. Like leaves in your gutters, moss is only a problem if you allow it to grow unrestricted.
If you notice moss or algae on your roof, do not panic. Call Clear N' Bright Windows for a free roof inspection today.