How much does it cost to clean the roof?
Factors that determine the cost of roof cleaning include, the style of the roof, the roof size, the pitch of the roof, and finally type of debris and buildup on the roof. Moss and lichen are the most difficult types of debris to clean from roofs and may take months to die and fall off naturally after a roof cleaning treatment has been performed. Geocapsa-Magma (the black streaks on roofs) are the easiest to clean and results are typically seen immediately after treatment.
Is Roof Cleaning a good idea?
Roof cleaning is a great idea to prolong the life of the roof. Insurance companies recognize this as well. Routine roof cleaning performed in accordance with the Asphalt Roofing Manufacturers Association’s (ARMA) recommended roof cleaning methods ensures the longevity of the roof, in addition to keeping the insurance policy valid in the event of premature roof failure.
How much does it cost to clean moss off a roof?
Moss is one of the most difficult types of debris to remove from a roof. Cost can vary greatly depending on how covered the roof is in moss and how long it has been left to build up. We recommend having a professional roof cleaning company perform a thorough inspection to determine an accurate estimate of cost prior to beginning a roof cleaning service.
What chemicals are used to clean roofs?
According to the Asphalt Roofing Manufacturers Association (ARMA), Sodium Hypochlorite (liquid chlorine)is recommended. Horizon Home Detailing uses liquid chlorine mixed with a professional roof cleaning surfactant that prevents the Sodium Hypochlorite from running off the roof before it has had a chance to kill the organic growth covering the roof.