WorkPro Window Gutter & Pressure Cleaning Can Save Your Roof

Is moss bad for your roof?

As moss grows, it can raise asphalt shingles. When the shingles lift, water can seep underneath and affect the wood. If left over time, the wood can rot, and eventually the roof will leak.

Most roofs, if left untouched, will collect debris and begin to grow moss, algae and mold. If left too long, this combination will eat into your shingles. This material will also get into your gutters and clog them.

Sometimes all that is needed is to remove the loose debris. If moss begins to take hold, it should be removed. WorkPro Window Gutter & Pressure Cleaning handles this issue in 2 different ways. Call for more information.

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