Looking to have your roof cleaned? Depending on the type of you have you likely need your roof pressure washed! Here in Florida because of our heat most of the houses in our area have tile roofs. Which is great to protect our homes from the Florida sun. What’s not so great is the moisture that tile roofs collect and hold.
No matter if you have concrete or a clay tile roof, the issues remain with both. As the humidity in our area is high, coupled with our rain, over time our roofs hold this moisture which can not only damage the undersides of our roofs, but causes the tiles to look unkept and old.
Washing a roof here in Florida isn’t as easy as just hitting it with a pressure washer, it’s a several step process. We begin with a quick rinse of water, followed by an application of eco-friendly chemicals to start breaking up the moss, algae, and other organic matter growing on the roof, then we begin our high-pressure cleaning.
Its very important that the company doing your roof cleaning is experienced, as inexperienced roof washing companies can cause damage that could leave you needing to have parts of your roof replaced.
If you’re looking for a reliable roof washing company in Brevard County look no further than Bright Side Power Washing. We consider ourselves to be the roof washing experts, don’t just take our word for it. Check out our perfect 5 star Google rating!
When you hire Bright Side for roof washing, you can rest easy with the peace of mind that we are the roof washing professionals.
This depends on the type of roof that you have. We prefer soft washing over pressure washing when applicable. However on surfaces like clay, and concrete tiles often high pressure is what is needed to get those clean.
If the material of the roof is soft such as asphalt shingles we use a soft wash system that applies Eco-friendly chemicals to the roof and removes all of the organic growth. If the roof shingle is a harder material than we would likely use a traditional pressure washing system.
Roof washing costs can vary due to things such as how many stories a home is, and the pitch of the roof. A good rule of thumb when calculating roof washing costs is to take the square foot of your home, and divide it by 2.