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05-10-2019 12:08 AM
jessicamia Ho much do they charge?
05-07-2019 05:58 AM
richardhobson
Roof cleaning

Roof cleaning is an important and essential part of roof maintenance. It helps to improve the life span of the roof. I prefer property clean-up company for this work.
03-08-2019 01:29 PM
gnhe I think there is a huge opportunity in mobile home washing or trailers! They constantly need a roof cleaning
11-15-2018 04:37 AM
akbuildingservices Yes,it is necessary to clean your roof regularly.i used to hire a AK Building Services Cleanser for Cleaning my roof and other parts of my house.
They have a professional cleanser for cleaning a different area like office cleaning,school cleaning and many others.
10-03-2018 07:44 AM
Sta-Clean
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Originally Posted by missannienow View Post
I think it will depend on the KIND of roof one has. One of my homes here in Florida has a "tar and gravel" roof. Washing that just shortens its life by washing off all the gravel. That I found out the hard way.
Exactly everyone have different type of roof I am totally agree with missannienow.
02-07-2018 05:58 PM
missannienow I think it will depend on the KIND of roof one has. One of my homes here in Florida has a "tar and gravel" roof. Washing that just shortens its life by washing off all the gravel. That I found out the hard way.
02-07-2018 05:32 PM
Roof Cleaning Virginia As Ultimate stated, soft-washing is the way to go for bacteria/algae on shingles. The results can be fairly impressive/
02-07-2018 03:55 PM
Cleanupcrew
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Originally Posted by janerast View Post
I am fed up with unwanted leaves, birds and pests on the roof. Any help please
Cut the close trees down will solve the leaves and the birds may roost elsewhere.
02-07-2018 03:52 PM
Cleanupcrew Can you cut the close trees down. That will fix the leaves and less birds etc.
02-07-2018 12:43 PM
Ultimate Roof Cleaning Call a soft wash company in your area who is reputable with good reviews.
02-07-2018 12:42 PM
Ultimate Roof Cleaning
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Originally Posted by Nehs View Post
If you cleaned your Roof regularly it will extend the life of the Roof. Because The bacteria growth on your roof can really damage the Roof.
Use the pressure cleaning technique to remove all the moss and debris from the roof and preventing further damage.
And Inspect your roof regularly.

NEVER use pressure on a Roof. It can easily damage a Roof. It’s also not a great cleaning method. Roofing manufacturers prohibit that as well. You cannot extend the life of a Roof. What you mean is “maintain” the life of the Roof. Soft washing is the proper way to clean a Roof which will not damage it and it will last much longer.
01-28-2017 05:42 AM
AdamVac *My roof is full of snow* Le waits for the summer.
12-19-2016 11:07 PM
gonveil Yeah well said anyway its true that regular cleaning can bring your home a very clean and beautiful look.I also suggest its always good to clean your home everyday so that you don't have to worry about any kind of problems with cleaning..
09-06-2016 11:53 AM
Canuck Carpet Cleaner One tip that I consistently follow is to ensure you clean your gutters out yearly. It's amazing what can get lodged in their throughout the year causing water to back up onto your roof and give more wear and tear to your shingles.

I worked with an Edmonton Roofing Company to replace my roof and this was one simple thing that they told me as my gutters were basically full of debris all around my house.
08-29-2016 01:46 AM
John Willingham
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Originally Posted by janerast View Post
I am fed up with unwanted leaves, birds and pests on the roof. Any help please
Yes, it is true unwanted leaves and bird poop is disgusting thing to see and clean. It is a plight of every homeowner, but there is a solution for unwanted leaves. You can trim the branches of trees. And, bird poop permanent solution is yet to find.
06-10-2016 05:39 AM
Ethan Jones Keep the gutters clean to prevent unnecessary water damage that will cause the roofs to leak and moss growth inside the home.
Remove debris from the roof such as tree branches and leaves that will prevent water to flow freely.
Check for ice dams that may develop in winter when snow on the roof is partially melted.
Check the roofs if leaks are there.
Install gutter guards to keep the water to flow from the top to down.
06-10-2016 12:26 AM
janerast I am fed up with unwanted leaves, birds and pests on the roof. Any help please
01-14-2016 02:56 AM
AshleyRogers Thank for share your views with us.
12-21-2015 02:57 AM
Rosemary White
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Originally Posted by 1844junkrat View Post
Regular cleaning is necessary to keep our surroundings safe and healthy.Roof cleaning is also money saving process because if you will do it on regular basis then replacement cost automatically decreases.
By regular you mean once every 2 months or?
12-04-2015 03:06 AM
1844junkrat Regular cleaning is necessary to keep our surroundings safe and healthy.Roof cleaning is also money saving process because if you will do it on regular basis then replacement cost automatically decreases.
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