ROOF WASHING

ROOF WASHING

SOFT ROOF WASHING

If you're not familiar with the soft wash roof system, you should be!  This roof cleaning system is designed to be minimally invasive, significantly more effective, and less damaging than past washing methods.  The soft wash system is a gentle and eco-friendly chemical alternative that treats mold and algae without damaging your plants, trees, lawn, and your roof and can be considered one of the safest roof cleaning systems on the market today.

The soft wash system goes beyond a surface treatment. It eliminates the bacteria that allow the mold to flourish while preventing new growth from developing.  It’s a simple process a trained professional utilizes to evenly coat your roof with a powerful mixture of bacteria and mold fighting chemicals.

If you suspect a mold problem may be impacting your roof or structure, it's necessary to take quick action so that it does not become an issue throughout your home.  Give us a call, and we'll be happy to come to evaluate your current situation and provide a few problem-solving options.

 

GUTTER CLEANING

Most people don't consider gutter maintenance a priority, maybe because there out of sight and out of mind, but they will find their way to the top spot of your to-do list if found hanging from the house, lying on the lawn, or worse; you find evidence of water in your basement. Cleaning your gutters and downspouts in the fall by flushing your drain system and on a regular schedule is critical. Winters can be harsh on a non-serviced gutter system, causing them to become clogged and weighted. Many homes experience complications with water damage and ice dams during winter and, a clogged gutter system can loosen or tear from your roof, leading to costly repairs.

 

A home's downspouts are designed to divert water safely away from your property's foundation. When not properly cleaned and functioning correctly, water will back up and find its way over or underneath your gutter system. This excessive moisture can lead to rotting wood, mold, and mildew and contribute to a home's moisture problems.​ Keeping your gutter system clean is more important than just redirecting rainwater away from your house. Wet leaves provide moisture and food for pests, and since the system is attached to your home, it can become an easy point of entry.