Roof Cleaning in Ada

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Roof Cleaner cleans roofs

Roof cleaning Grand Rapids

Property value decreases with ugly shingles

Most roofs in Ada, MI have a rated life cycle of 30 to 40 years. However, when ugly black streaks are allowed to take over a roof, the roof does not live up to its full life cycle. This is where Roof Cleaner of Grand Rapids can help you save money, With a SoftWash System roof cleaning. Replacing roofs every 10 to 20 years just because they are dirty does not make good economic sense. You no longer need to put up with the embarrassment of an ugly roof for years until it’s time to re-roof. This irritating and ugly problem of roof stains is easily solved with the safe, non-pressure SoftWash roof cleaning in Ada, that Roof Cleaner of Grand Rapids provides. For just a fraction of the cost of a total roof replacement, Roof Cleaner can kill and remove the algae that is causing those ugly roof stains and keep them from recurring. We recently cleaned the roof on this home in Ada with our non-pressure SoftWash System. It was covered with black streaks that are caused by an aggressive algae that feeds on the limestone filler of the shingles. Also starting to grow and feed on the roof was moss and lichen. These two invasive species can do real damage to not only the shingles, but may allow water to migrate under the shingles and cause water damage to the wood underneath. This could include black mold growing in the attic, water damage to the ceiling of your home, and early failure of the roof structure of your home. Many of the roofs that we see with the black streaks are in the 12-15 year old range, and some as early as 7 years old. We have seen roofs being replaced in this age range because of the growth on them. Having the roof cleaned will extend the life of the shingles, and save you thousands of dollars over replacement.
For more information on all our services, visit: Roof Cleaner of Grand Rapids

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