Most homeowners never think much about dark streaks or moss on their roof or worry too much about keeping a clean roof. Especially if it's not leaking. Until they receive a letter from their insurance company threatening home insurance policy cancellation!
"I got a letter from my insurance company. They'd come on a day I wasn't home, walked around the outside, took some pictures, and didn't like what they saw. The letter indicated mold and algae staining my roof and vinyl siding on the shady side of the house", homeowner Bob Foppey says.
"They said that if I didn't correct it that they could terminate my policy."
The reason for these type of letters is that moss can eventually damage asphalt roofing shingles and insurers don't want to pay for a new roof.
In most places, these roofs don't need to be replaced. They just need to be cleaned.
A new roof costs $5,000 to $10,000. A professional cleaning about $500. Or you can quickly and easily do it yourself for even less with our Roof Wash product.
Well worth the investment to clean your roof shingles, be eco-friendly, and potentially avoid a costly insurance policy cancellation.
An quick, easy and inexpensive way to professionally clean your roof in an eco-friendly way.