Roof Cleaning and Moss Removal Service for Lake Forest Park

  • lake forest park roof cleaningRoof Washing for Moss Removal
  • Air Blowing for Leaves & Needles
  • Zinc Sulfate Moss Treatments
  • Licensed, Bonded, & Insured


Lake Forest Park Roof Cleaning Service

Does your home have a dirty roof?  I offer roof cleaning in Lake Forest Park.

I clean composition shingles, cement tile, & metal roofs.  I offer air blowing for leaves and needles.  And I offer gentle roof washing for moss.  The roof cleaning method used will depend on what debris is on your roof.

After the the roof is cleaned, I recommend treating the roof with zinc sulfate powder.  It’s economical, safe for your roofing material, and is the most popular chemical for treating moss.

Send an E-mail now for a free roof cleaning estimate.

Lake Forest Park Roof Pressure Washing

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Pressure washing can make an old home look new.  Slime, dirt, discolorations, and algae can be safely removed from your composition shingles with a gentle roof pressure washing service.

Pressure washing a roof is the most popular cleaning method here in the Northwest because of the moss, algae, and discolorations that build up.  The picture to the right is a typical roof cleaning example; before and after it gets washed clean.

Roof washing, cleaning out the gutter debris, and downspouts will cost around $300 to $400 on a typical sized, normal sloped, asphalt composition roof.  A different roofing material or a steep sloped roof may be more.

Send an E-mail now for an estimate if you need roof cleaning in Lake Forest Park.

Roof Air-Blow Cleaning

Air blowing is an effective method to remove leaves, pine needles, and branches.  Getting your roof blown off will remove debris, will allow water to properly flow into your gutters, and will make your home in Lake Forest Park look nice.  I’m an experienced, professional cleaner.

Moss Killer Treatment: Zinc sulfate

A moss treatment is recommended for composition roofs and should be reapplied about once a year. If you get a lot of shade, you would want to apply zinc twice a year.  This will keep your roof moss free.

Warning: do not apply laundry soap or bleach.  Laundry soap is not suitable for roofs and will leave a white residue and bleach can quickly eat away at, warp, and ruin your shingles.

After a roof cleaning, I can apply 15-30 pounds of zinc sulfate powder for $60-$100. The product name is Corry’s Moss-B-Ware and can be found in Lowes and Home Depot.  Zinc sulfate is safe for your roofing material and is the most popular chemical for treating moss.

E-mail now for a quick, free estimate.

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