Our customers generally come to us with two reasons for concrete tile roof cleaning. Some are concerned with the aesthetics of their home, they’ve noticed the moss and aren’t keen on the way it looks. Others have had an issue with leaks.
When moss builds up in the spaces between the tiles and at the edges of the tiles, water can become blocked from its intended draining pattern, causing backflow into the roof, resulting in leaks. The other thing the moss and algae will do is eat away at the tile coating, which results in loss of color.
Non-Pressure Cleaning For Extended Tile Life.
When cleaning moss from a concrete tile roof, there are four priorities that a homeowner should consider.
Any cleaning method that fails to accomplish these four things is inadequate, and will either be destructive or inefficient for the homeowner.
To ensure that we accomplish the four points mentioned above, our process involves both treatment preparation and a chemical sterilization treatment. Our process for cleaning concrete tiles is done in four steps:
Treatment preparation involves safely removing the majority of the moss from the roof with hand tools, clearing the moss and debris from the roof with hand held air blowers, and cleaning the interior of the gutters.
There are three reasons why treatment preparation makes sense.
After the treatment preparation portion of our process, we apply our sterilization treatment to kill any remaining moss, algae, and any other organics present on the roof. Because moss and algae are an infestation that rapidly expand when left to grow, it is important to completely eradicate your moss problem to avoid premature grow back.
Our Roof Cleaning Methods are Manufacturer Approved