Roof Cleaning:

I3010021.JPGNo matter what you do to improve the appearance of your home, embarrassing roof stains are very noticeable and take away from the visual quality! Roof stains are a problem, potential health hazard, and sometimes embarrassing! Thanks to AQUA you don’t have to live with these ugly roof stains any longer.

Our free estimate includes a representative visiting with you to measure the square footage of your home and to take a look at your entire roof from one over hang to the other end, and all sides. The severity, angles, pitches, and condition of the roof will all be taken into account. DON’T let anything discourage you from this process- our prices will not exceed .25 cent per square foot and most likely will be less than that! And remember this: the average cost to replace shingles is $1.00 per square foot-over 3 to 6 times our cost.

Our cleaning process involves at least two men working together at all times. First we spray a solution on your roof and allow it to sit for 20 minutes on the stains. This process breaks down the mildew’s root system in-order-to get rid of all the green stuff and not just the visible content. The active chemicals in the solution are 100% environmentally safe and will not harm grass, flowers, shrubbery, paint, animals, etc. Then the technicians will use a low-pressure rinse to remove the solution and the stains while not receding the shingles.

An Important Note about Mildew:

“Mildews feed on organic matter–wood paper, leather, plastics, or paint, to mention a few–and, in the process, decompose and, eventually destroy the material on which they are growing. Mildew will also feed on a superficial film of dirt, grease, or other organic matter frequently found on inorganic surfaces, such as metal or porcelain enamel. Often mildew that is thought to be growing on paint is actually growing on a surface film which has accumulated on the paint, rather than on the paint itself. This is frequently the case in kitchens, bakeries, and other establishments where fumes condense on the walls and ceilings.”

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