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What’s growing on your roof?

There are two types of algae that typically grow on your roof, “black algae” and “moss” which is greenish colored in nature. Algae and moss do have some similarities but are also very different and require different procedures to remove or prevent.

Black algae is often mistaken as mold or mildew because of the black discoloration and streaks it leaves throughout the roof. Coastal and humid climates foster a better environment for algae to grow. Algae discoloration typically begins as small spots on your roof then quickly transform into a streak on the roof. Algae spores are carried by the wind or animals and can quickly spread from one

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Is it time for your roof inspection?

It’s easy to overlook your roof until a problem occurs. It’s recommended that you have your roof inspected yearly. The purpose of a roof inspection is to identify the integrity of your roof system. Roofing inspections are a great way to address potential or current issues your roof might have. Routine roof inspections can help homeowners maximize the useful life of their roof by addressing issues early on.

Roofing inspections should take place on the outside of the home as well as the interior. A proper roof inspection will look at all the components that your roof system is comprised of. Hiring a licensed roofing contractor is always reco

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What’s Growing on Your Roof?

There are two types of algae that typically grow on your roof, “black algae” and “moss” which is greenish colored in nature. Algae and moss do have some similarities but are also very different and require different procedures to remove or prevent.

Black algae is often mistaken as mold or mildew because of the black discoloration and streaks it leaves throughout the roof. Coastal and humid climates foster a better environment for algae to grow. Algae discoloration typically begins as small spots on your roof then quickly transform into a streak on the roof. Algae spores are carried by the wind or animals and can quickly spread from one roo

Read more »


Is it time for your roof inspection?

It’s easy to overlook your roof until a problem occurs. It’s recommended that you have your roof inspected yearly. The purpose of a roof inspection is to identify the integrity of your roof system. Roofing inspections are a great way to address potential or current issues your roof might have. Routine roof inspections can help homeowners maximize the useful life of their roof by addressing issues early on.

Roofing inspections should take place on the outside of the home as well as the interior. A proper roof inspection will look at all the components that your roof system is comprised of. Hiring a licensed roofing contractor is always reco

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