Keeping your roof in top condition is important for a variety of reasons, not just for show. On top of maintenance and repair, this means routine roof cleaning.
Gleaming glass and clean roof shingles will add luster to your building, but a clean roof also helps prevent structural damages. It can even lead to a longer life for the building materials in question.
No matter how tall the building, clearing, and pressure washing a roof can be a challenging and high-risk job. Ensure your roof is cleaned safely and efficiently by hiring a professional roof cleaning company or an experienced pressure washing company. The professionals will come equipped with the right tools and gear to quickly scale your roof, clean the surfaces and crevices, and safely come back down.
Expert cleaners will also do a thorough job of cleaning, whereas some areas may be difficult to address for those who are less experienced. They’ll also help you choose the right time to clean your roof and schedule a time with weather impacts in mind, leading to the best result.
If you clean your roof before the season breaks, you may find the need to clean again during the same season. However, if you wait too long, you could end up with roof damage or unwanted debris in the gutters and tiles.
Though it varies across the regions of the U.S., the best time to clean your roof is usually in the spring or summer. Depending on what factors are affecting the roof, it may be best to act fast and get cleaning done as early as possible when the weather breaks. From heavy precipitation to moss, fungi and lingering fall leaves, many different things can affect the safety and cleanliness of the roof on your home or business.
If you’re looking for professional roof cleaning, take advantage of the services offered in Greater Seattle. World Glass Window Cleaning provides a wide range of services to residences and business across the area, including:
- Bellevue, Bothell
- Clyde Hill
- Lake Forest Park
- Mercer Island
- Mill Creek
- Mountlake Terrace
- West Seattle
- Yarrow Point