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How to Clean Your Roof: A Step-by-Step Guide

If you clean your roof regularly, it will help to prolong the life of your shingle and keep it looking nice. Cleaning your roof can be a messy and time-consuming task. When you clean it, though, you are not only helping to maintain the look of your home but also protecting it from water damage that will lead to costly repairs down the line. This blog post is going to show you how clean your roof in five easy steps!

Using Power Washer

Clean your roof with a power washer. The most important thing you need to clean your siding is water pressure so that you can get it clean and sanitized. There are many different types of power washers on the market, so make sure you read reviews before making a purchase in order to find one that will suit your specific needs. Choose either gas or electric depending on what type of cleaning job suits the best for you, as well as how often you plan to clean your roof

Killing Moss

Apply moss killer to help keep things clean. Even if they're not "dirty" yet, shingles eventually start collecting dirt and grime because everything ends up sticking onto them from time-to-time. Moss is also a problem that needs to be addressed because, if not taken care of by manually removing it or applying moss killer, the roof will start rotting and this can lead to leaks

Adding Waterproof Membrane

Add a waterproof membrane and underlayment if needed. In some cases, you may need additional protection for your shingles such as adding an extra layer on top which is called an underlayment in order to keep water from damaging them at all times. An example would be when there has been flooding on your property before which might have left behind dirt and debris that now sits atop your clean surface causing damage over time .

Using Scrub Brush

Use a scrub brush clean off any grime with ease. It's important to clean your roof to keep it looking nice and clean. This is also an important step for safety reasons, so that you don't risk falling off while trying to clean. Scrub brush can also clean moss from your roof.

Cover Your Roof

Once you are done cleaning your roof, cover it with a tarp or plastic sheeting so that dirt doesn't get on it again before its completely dry. Your last task will be spreading a tarp over the top of your freshly cleaned surface in order to protect from any airborne dirt particles until everything dries up. Note that this is a very important task, if you don't cover your roof after cleaning it means that you did nothing! just nothing! it will be like before after an hour when the airborne dirt covers your roof again.

Conclusion:

Keeping your shingle clean could save you money down the line as well as adding years onto the life of them because they won't have exposure to salt water and other pollutants like pollution which can really shorten the life of them. If you clean your roof regularly, it will help to prolong the life of your shingle and keep it looking nice. Cleaning your roof can be a messy and time-consuming task but when you clean it, though, you are not only helping to maintain the look of your home but also protecting it from water damage that will lead to costly repairs down the line.

We hope this blog post has helped give some insight as well as tips on how clean up before everyone starts using their roofs for another summer! Looking forward to hearing about all those who have been able to clean their own roofs after reading our guide! This is an essential step in maintaining safety while saving money by making sure there won't be any work needed.

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