Curb appeal is very important to most homeowners. When you the exterior of your home is clean, your driveway is clear and free of dirt, and your lawn is carefully manicured, you can achieve curb appeal. When it comes to keeping the exterior of your home clean, you cannot overlook the roof. A roof that is covered with black algae, mildew, moss, and lichens, can make your home look dirty, regardless of how much you clean the rest of the house. This is where Soft Wash Roof Cleaning Rosedale MD comes in.
What is Soft Wash Cleaning
Soft wash cleaning is a great way to clean the roof. To soft wash clean a roof, a detergent based cleaning solution is used in conjunction with a battery powered sprayer. The entire roof is sprayed down, removing anything that is making your roof look dirty.
Benefits of Soft Wash Cleaning
When it comes to cleaning your home, you will likely use a power washer. While this is good for the exterior of the home, it is not the best choice for your roof. There are several benefits of a soft wash cleaning over traditional power washing.
1. Reduces the risk of damage: Traditional power washing can be very damaging to your roof. The strong spray of the pressure washer can cause damage to the shingles and can tear them off of the roof. When you have a soft wash cleaning performed on your roof, you do not need to worry about damage. The force of water, which is used during the process is less pressure than what would come from a garden hose. This will ensure the safety of your roof.
Gentle yet powerful cleanser: The cleanser that is used during soft wash cleaning is gentle so that it will not cause permanent damage to your roof. It is also strong enough to remove years worth of stains.
Long lasting results: The results of a soft wash cleaning lasts four times longer than a traditional pressure wash. Because you will need to treat your roof less often, you will save yourself money.
If you want your roof to look like new, contact Mr. Clean Power Washing LLC. Their soft wash cleaning technique will take years off of the appearance of your roof, helping to achieve curb appeal.