Gloeocapsa Magma

Gloeocapsa Magma Brief History
Asphalt roofs across much of the much United States are being infested by a dark green algae (commonly considered black mold). The technical term for the algae is Gloeocapsa Magma.

Roof Cleaner of Grand Rapids is the local expert on the removal of Gloeocapsa Magma from roofs

Roof Cleaner of Grand Rapids is West Michigan’s top rated roof cleaning company.

Gloeocapsa Magma Algae is spread by wind and animals, and grows from a dot to a spot to a streak. As a Gloeocapsa Magma Algae colony grows, older algae decompose, and will hold moisture, which enables the entire colony to grow even more rapidly. Many times a homeowner will just notice a spot, and in no time, half the asphalt roof shingles are covered. Increased moisture levels lead to the growth of lichen, mold and even moss. When lichen are present a phycobiont relationship exists between the Gloeocapsa magma (provides the photosynthesis algal component) and the lichen (the fungal portion of the colony). Luckily, the Gloeocapsa Magma Algae can be removed by thorough roof cleaning from a SoftWash System Authorized company like Roof Cleaner of Grand Rapids.

When it comes time to clean the black streaks from your roof call Roof Cleaner at 616-240-3465

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Roof Cleaner of Grand Rapids removes Gloeocapsa Magma from roofs in Western Michigan for residential and commercial property owners. We are the experts in black streak removal. With a roof cleaning by Roof Cleaner of Grand Rapids you can rest assured knowing that your roof will stay free from Gloeocapsa Magma for up to 5 years.

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