Even if your roof is unsightly, it might not be time to replace it. Have you considered having it treated?
A thorough roof cleaning can add years to the lifespan of your roof as well as give your roof a fresh look
Every year, people across the country replace their roof when in reality, a roof cleaning may have been all they needed and would have saved thousands of dollars while adding years to the lifespan of their roof.
If you're not sure what to do for your roof, consider the options first. If you're missing shingles, the shingles are 25 years old or more or tabs are flipping up, you most likely need a roof replacement or repair.
However, if your roof is simply streaked with black marks or has moss growing on it doesn't mean you need a new roof. You need a roof cleaning!
Reasons to schedule a roof cleaning
1. Give your house a polished look
Cleaning your roof will take off all the black stains and moss, restoring your roof to a like new appearance. Squeegee Clean Inc. uses a biodegradable solution with
a residual effect that continues to keep your roof clear for a minimum of one year and up to 3 years if you treat the entire roof.
2. Protect your roof from damage
For continued protection, you can have your roof treated every 18 - 36 months, but you don't have to wait until you see a problem to clean your roof. Take steps now
to prevent these unsightly organisms from growing on your roof and even extend the life of your shingles.
3. It's cheaper than a new roof
Roof cleaning maintenance can definitely save you money. The average 1000 square foot roof costs upwards of $5500 to replace while cleaning the roof could cost as little as $400.
4. Keep your roof warranty effective
Many homeowners think they need not regularly clean their roof because it came with a warranty, but the manufacturer actually suggests roof cleaning for maintenance. Just
like having a 100,000 mile warranty on your car doesn't mean you don't need to change the oil for that long, taking care of your roof will make sure your roof takes care of you.