- Roof Cleaning
Professional Roof Cleaning
Rescue your roof and save money! Your roof still has years of life left; and all you need to safely restore it is soft washing.
What Are Those Black Streaks on My Roof?
The black or brown discoloration seen on numerous roofs that is typically mistaken for dirt or soot is in fact a species of algae called Gloeocapsa Magma. This kind of algae is transported through the air and tends to land, gather and grow on roofing structures.
In addition to creating unsightly black streaks, these algae also feed on the limestone filler in shingles. This can cause significant damage and deterioration to your roof.
Your roof isn't simply filthy -- it's contaminated!
Why You Need to Soft Wash Your Roof
For years, pressure or power washing has been the go-to for people aiming to clean their roofs, however, they often find that their black streaks return. This is due to the fact that they're not fixing the root of the problem.
Power washing eliminates just the surface layer of mold, mildew, algae and bacteria that can be located on your roof. The discoloration might vanish for now, but without eliminating the algae completely, the discolorations typically return due to regrowth within six months.
The SoftWash System we utilize completely cleans your roof and eliminates stain-causing bacteria by killing 100% of these pests. Soft washing your roof lasts 4 to 6 times longer than standard power washing. There's no algae regrowth – only new growth.
4 Reasons You Should Choose Top Gun Softwash to Clean Your Roof
- Enhance the appearance of your home
Cleaning your roof is a small cost and makes a large difference.
- Increase the lifetime of your roof
Protect your investment. Our biodegradable formula increases shingle life by up to 50%.
- Prevent costly roof replacement
Save your shingles and your money by caring for your roof and avoiding deterioration.
- Health benefits
Mold, mildew, fungi and algae are all on the Top 10 Allergy Irritants list. Mold and fungi are also known to cause Sick Building Syndrome and Legionnaires Disease.