Roof Cleaner QSE Removed Green Moss
Roof Cleaner QSE Product Review
We completed a roof cleaning job using your Roof cleaner QSE and it worked great!
Granted, the roof had about 1/2″ of moss on it and it took a couple passes to soak the moss, but in the end it worked!
Thanks for the amazing roof cleaning product!
Frank T from New York – Jan 2011
Roof Cleaning Season
During the fall and spring many homeowners ask about what season a roof can effectively be cleaned. “Can you clean your roof in the winter?”.
The answer is: YES, you can clean your roof in the winter if you live in Florida!
Roof Cleaning is driven by temperature more than season, so Floridians, prefer to clean their roof shingles in the winter because the temperatures are more reasonable for the homeowner who is doing DIY roof cleaning projects. (There is no technical reason not to clean a roof in 95 degree weather).
Roof Cleaning Temperature
For residents everywhere the real deciding factor is the Temperature. Roof Cleaning Products may vary on specific guidelines for use; however, the single consistent guideline is to only clean a roof when the temperature has been above freezing for over four hours.
The Roof Cleaning Temperature guidance is based on two factors: Continue reading →
Roof Cleaning Removed Green Moss
Moss Roof Cleaner Product Review
I bought your Roof cleaner and Roof Armor. My workers were roof installers who had never used a roof cleaning product before.
I have a log house in the woods and my roof shingles were covered with green moss and algae. For me this was a shot in the dark and compared to replacing the roof it was worth a try.
The roof cleaner was totally amazing. My roof looks brand new. The roofers were very impressed also.
Thanks for the amazing quality roof cleaning product.
Barbara A from Ohio – Aug 2009
Clean Roofs Protect Realtor Commissions
The recent decline in home sales increased the need for a Realtor to make sure the home looks its best, and that includes the appearance of the roof shingles. Roof shingles covered in black streaks of mold, lichen or mildew cause potential home buyers to keep on driving; and that’s bad news for the seller and the Realtor.
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Green roof stains found in Oregon and Washington.
During the fall a trip to Portland, Oregon and Seattle, Washington revealed 30% of roofs stained by green algae, mold and moss. These roof streaks confirmed that algae roof stains can be found from the Florida Keys to the other corner of the country, Washington’s Olympic Peninsula.
In this region the pattern leans more toward moss, and green algae driven by the high degree of moisture and low amount of sunny days. Continue reading →
Roof Stains really kill the look of homes across our communities
At Roof Cleaner Info our goal is to get you the information you need about getting rid of roof mold stains and streaks.
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It may take a few weeks to move all of our existing roof cleaner product articles and reviews over, but in the end we’ll have it all here!
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Black streaks roof stains on roofs in Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma and Arkansas
This summer driving through Kansas, Oklahoma, Missouri and Arkansas nearly 60% of roofs were covered in black streaks and the tell-tale signs of roof mold and algae.
It has become increasingly more common to see these stains across the United States as roof mold and algae continue to spread North and West from the Atlantic and Gulf Coast areas where the stains were most prominent in the 1990s.
The tell-tale signs of roof algae (sometimes called roof mold) are: Continue reading →