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Dr Phillips Roof & Building Cleaning, Before & After Pictures

August 2nd, 2018

All the rain we’ve been having can make your Dr. Phillips area home or business look dingy and unsightly. The roof and exterior of the building can succumb to dirt, mold, and mildew. Not only is it unattractive, the bacteria and dirt that get trapped in the roof’s shingles and infiltrate the building’s exterior can cause serious damage.

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Bacteria ridden algae is a big problem in our humid environment. It can appear as black or discolored streaks on the roof and building. Algae is a living organism, feeding on building material. Decreasing the lifespan of your roof and structural integrity of a building.

While you may be tempted to take out the power washer and do it yourself, you would be doing more harm than good.

It is important to have a professional roofer uses a ‘soft water’ cleaning method, which is recommended by the Roof Cleaning Institute of America.

The residual effect of the biodegradable solution used to clean the roof will keep it looking great and prevent future algae growth for some time.

Mold and algae are stubborn, there is a lot more to it than just hosing down your roof. It takes a special solution to remove the mold without damaging the roofing material.

\Take a good look at your roof and building, these black streaks and dirt tends to sneak up on us. Dark spots, black streaks, and discoloration, are unattractive.

Cleaning your roof and building can make it feel like your home or business has been freshly painted and even had a new roof installed.

At Schick Roofing, you can be sure that we take pride in our work because Paul Schick, the owner and license holder, inspects each and every job. You won’t find that at just any Orlando roofing company. Whether it’s a new roof or repair, no job is too big or too small to ensure that it’s done properly and to your complete satisfaction.

Contact Schick Roofing for an estimate with no hidden fees.

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