Cleaning Mold Mildew Stains Tampa Roof

 
 

Do you have Mildew or Mold (black streaks) on your Tampa Roof ?

You have 3 ways to eliminate a black algae covered roof:

1. Replace your roof for thousands of dollars.
2. Pressure Wash your roof and void your warranty.
3. Chemically remove the ugly algae stains and save your roof.

What You Should Know About Cleaning Mold Mildew Stains From Your Tampa Roof!

Asphalt shingles are made with a limestone base, food for all algae that attaches to a shingle surface. So, as long as manufacturers continue to use limestone as a base, stopping algae growth will continue to be a major problem. Mold and mildew stains comes from a spore carried by the wind, birds, and squirrels from one infected roof to another. There the algae grows until it is cleaned. The algae growing on your roof will reduce the life of your shingles and remove the granules that are the color and the protection.
Our Roof Cleaning Chemical called “Apple Sauce”, saferly removes the mold and mildew stain that is growing on your roof w/o Pressure Washing. It also contains a mildecide that helps to retard the algae growth. Studies have shown that it takes between 2 and 3 years for some algae spots to surface. This is a good time to have a roof sprayed with our Patented Roof Treatment Chemical before the algae has spread. It takes substantially less roof cleaning chemical to clean a roof early in the algae growth. Keeping your roof clean, treated, and properly ventilated will add years to your roofs life. After cleaning the roof, it is recommended that a yearly treatment be applied to the surface to help protect the shingle granules from beoming re infected with Mold and Mildew Stains.

APPLE ROOF CLEANING TAMPA
7401 Patrician Place
Tampa FL 33619
(813)293 1733
(813)655 8777
(800)290 1377

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