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Roof Cleaning in Wharton NJ
Have you ever wondered why there are so many dirty roofs in the neighborhood? Roofs with black staining, moss, and lichens are all spread through airborne spores. These spores are very contagious and can jump from roof to roof. Most houses will have stating on one side or the other. But since these organisms travel through the air they do not choose where to land. They went everywhere but they grow faster where there is less sunlight. Areas where there was less sunlight retain more moisture. This extra moisture provides adequate conditions for moss. Pressure washing a roof does not kill any of the mold spores. You cannot see on a microscopic level the amount that is left behind by pressure washing. You must fully sterilize all of the roofing area in order for the roof to stay clean for a considerable amount of time. Do not let anyone talk you into pressure washing your roof! Pressure washing the roof releases large amounts of roofing granules.
Power Washing in Wharton NJ
Cleaning siding with high-pressure water is a thing of the past. Most of the staining on siding is organic like mold and mildew. If you simply use high pressure water you are only blowing live mold spores all over the property. By using a sterilizing detergent you can kill the mold before it is rinsed off. We use a detergent with a hint of bleach. This completely sterilizes the siding and allows it to stay clean 4-6 times longer. The same thing goes for concrete cleaning and pool patio cleaning. Cement can darken from mold and mildew. Pressure washing does not kill the mold at the root source. By pretreating the cement with an chlorinated detergent you can kill the mold at the root and the surface will stay cleaner 4 to 6 times longer. Cement does not have to be washed with high pressure. High pressure can etch the cement permanently cause damage.
Roof Moss Removal Wharton NJ
Moss develops a root system just like a plant. It embeds itself into the roofing shingle. If you pull the moss off prematurely it will most likely take the roofing granules with it. When treating a roof with Moss it is best to apply the treatment kill the moss and then leave it. It will die and start to decompose then mother nature will take over. Every time it rains the Moss will remove little by little. It can take 60 to 90 days for the dead moss to fully wash away. Do not let anyone talk you into using a device that is hooked up to a pressure washer. Using any type of high-pressure device will void the roof warranty.