Keep Your Tampa Florida Area Home or Business Roof Stain and Streak Free!.

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You are probably wondering: “What is making my roof turn black ?”

The answer may surprise you.  Those unsightly dark roof stains and streaks
are actually a strain of algae common to Tampa called Gloeocapsa Magma that likes to
feed on the limestone filler material in your asphalt shingles.  This algae
growth commonly thrives on the north slope of your roof where there is
less sunlight and higher concentration of moisture.
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You may have thought: “A brand new roof is the only solution.” 
Lucky for you, that would be an incorrect assumption. Truth is, all your
roof really needs is a professional Soft Wash Roof Cleaning from the
experts at Apple Roof Cleaning Tampa to extend shingle life and
make your roof look like new again – for just a fraction of the cost of
premature (and expensive) roof replacement!

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Now you’re thinking: “That sounds great, but how does it work?”
First, you will be happy to know that our Soft Wash Roof Cleaning 
method is 100% Safe and will NOT damage your shingles. This is due
to the fact that we use specialized cleansers, rather than destructive
high pressure water, to neutralize and remove the ugly algae growths.
This “No Pressure” method of washing roof shingles is so safe and
effective
 that it is endorsed by ARMA (Asphalt Roofing Manufacturers Association.)
and it will not void your roof’s warranty!
 

So do your home’s curb appeal – and your wallet – a favor.
Do not go another single day living under a dark stained and streaked,
algae covered roof.  CONTACT Apple Roof Cleaning Tampa now for your FREE Quote!

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