Roof Cleaning Palm Harbor, Apple Roof Cleaning is the Top choice in roof cleaning companies because of its safe roof cleaning practices Apple Roof Cleaning has been cleaning roofs in the Palm Harbor area since 1998
We employ a “non-pressure or soft wash roof cleaning process” safe and effective chemical roof cleaning system. Soft Washing roof cleaning is the future for the exterior Shingle roof cleaning industry. Our system actually delivers our roof cleaning compounds with less pressure than your garden hose.
The mixture of chemicals does the work, killing the stain-causing algae, mold, and moss rather than just removing the surface stains. Shingle manufacturers will void a shingle warranty if a roof has been cleaned with any type of pressure washing!
Be cautious of cleaning roof contractors in Palm Harbor using so-called low pressure…not all systems are created equal Our system is so effective that we offer a 3-year spot-free warranty on all residential full-roof cleaning treatments.
Not only does Shingle roof cleaning Palm Harbor with asphalt shingles and residential siding, but Apple Roof Cleaning also cleans metal, tile roofs and slate roofs, flat roofs T.P.O. roofs decks, concrete, stucco, screened porch enclosures, awnings and shades, pool decks, terraces, playground equipment and more. Give us a call for a free roof cleaning estimate at 727-277-2524.
Roof Cleaners Palm Harbor
Apple Roof Cleaning has been cleaning roofs in the Palm Harbor area since 1999. Our chemical roof cleaning process is state of the art in the soft wash roof cleaning industry! Shingle roofs possess a 25 to 30-year life expectancy. Roof algae multiply really fast and it can lead to your shingles life being shortened by half, in many cases. A costly roof repair or replacement is then needed. Soft wash roof cleaning is a process to remove black roof stains (including Green Algae and Black Algae “gloeocapsa magma”) that can be seen on roofing materials in areas where high humidity is prevalent. The black roof stains are also very likely to harbor a number of molds or fungi. Unlike algae, the fungi on our roofs lack chlorophyll and are unable to manufacture food from raw materials. The algae must get nutrition from some form of organic matter. To thrive, they also require a warm, humid environment.