Roof Cleaning & Power Washing Technicians in the O'Fallon, IL area
While your roofing material is extremely durable, years and years of mold, dirt, and algae buildup can slowly weaken your roof’s ability to protect your home from harsh weather conditions and outdoor elements. Don’t let bacteria destroy your roof and cost you thousands of dollars in future repairs, call Slacks Suds.
We specialize in power washing, cleaning, and mold removal services for your residential and commercial roofing.
Not only will our soft washing services prevent your roof from future repairs, but they will also restore the look of your property, giving it a fresh and clean curbside appearance. Call us today and schedule an appointment for your next power washing service and get a free estimate from one of our certified technicians.
Chances are you rarely if ever give a thought to how clean your roof is. If you do think about it, you likely make the reasonable assumption that your roof is going to be dirty anyway. But there’s a serious risk to your roof that you may not notice if it isn’t getting cleaned on a seasonal basis. With years of dirt and grime buildup, it can often be difficult to notice that your roofing material is in desperate need of a professional cleaning service. However, there are a few signs that every home and business owner can recognize to determine if their roof is suffering.
A key sign that your roof requires a professional power washing service is if you notice black streaks or stains on the shingles of your roof. These black streaks are a form of algae or mold that forms in humid weather and can be extremely hazardous to your roofing materials and structure. Once this harmful bacteria is present it will continue to grow until it is properly removed with antibacterial solutions and commercial power washing and cleaning equipment. If you notice these black streaks or stains beginning to form on your roof, call Slacks Suds in O'Fallon, IL and we will keep your roof clean for years to come.
If you take a step outside and look at the roof of each house in your neighborhood, chances are you’ll notice black streaks on at least some of the roofs, maybe even your own. These black streaks are actually algae. Not only does it make your roof look dirty, but it has also been proven to deteriorate your shingles, decreasing the life of your roof. This infestation usually starts on the north side of the house and the spores eventually across the rest of the roof. Rain then goes to work spreading the algae down the roof and into the gutters, giving the appearance of black streaks as they spread. A residential roof cleaning by Slacks Suds removes this infestation at the source, washing away the spores along with the algae and mold spreading them.
At Slacks Suds in O'Fallon, IL we can clean your roof of all organic matter (algae, moss, fungus, mold etc…) using our custom blend of safe anti-microbial cleaning solution to effectively eliminate the cause. Go online or give us a call for an instant quote roof cleaning. You won't believe what a difference a roof cleaning will do to improve the overall look of your home! Your neighbors will love you again! As a matter of fact, they will probably come looking for our name so we might be able to spruce up the roofs of your whole neighborhood.
Increase the Life of Your Roof. All the major asphalt single manufacturers recommend getting your roof soft washed to get the full benefit of your warranty. Roof cleaning can add up to 15 years of shingle life!
Improve The Appearance of Your Home. Another benefit of getting your roof cleaned is the aesthetic benefit. Our soft wash process completely cleans your roof of all those nasty black streaks. The result is a new looking roof!
Family Health. Mold, mildew, and more are common allergens that grow on exteriors in WV, especially on your roof. With professional soft washing, your roof is completely cleaned of these allergens and stunts its future growth.
Energy Savings. A roof that is covered in black streaks absorbs more sunlight. This can lead to an attic that gets overheated and requires a higher workload from your HVAC system, resulting in more energy used and increased wear & tear of your HVAC.