Springtime is the perfect time to get your homes roof looking and functioning like a new one. Pro roof cleaning has been in business since 1997. My name is Tom Ward, and I am the sole proprietor for Pro roof cleaning.
When someone runs a business as a sole proprietorship, what that means is there are no employees. The owner bids and completes all the services for his/her business. In a very unique trade like roof cleaning, employees with any experience can be next to impossible. When I am cleaning one of my customers roofs, I want to be absolutely sure that every square inch is cleaned correctly. If you miss even a small area, the entire roof is now susceptible to being completely reinfected within a years time. I pride myself on the simple fact that each and every roof surface is cleaned perfectly. Then, after the roof surface has dried, I apply a stain blocker that prevents any resurgence of growths or staining to reappear. The roof will now appear and function as a new one.
Each roof cleaning projects cost may vary slightly because of degree of difficulty or pitch. The cost of an average roof cleaning project is anywhere from 5% to 8% of what it would run to replace. So if you had an roofer estimate that it’d run 10,000.00 to replace your roof, then the cost to clean it and block it would be between 500.00 to 800.00 dollars. The amount of money saved by homeowners whom know that there is such a thing as roof cleaning is quite substantial.
Roof cleaning in the Midwestern part of the United States (where most homes roofs are asphalt shingles) has jumped by leaps and bounds over the last decade. Home owners are understanding now that roofs do not have to be replaced, but can actually be cleaned instead. There is one factor though that is key. Never get your homes roof cleaned by a business that uses toxic bleach as the cleaning agent. Bleach dries out shingles to the point that they will to curl, then fail. I will explain more on the dangers that using toxic bleach to clean a residential roof later on this website.
Pro roof cleaning uses only eco-friendly and biodegradable solutions. These solutions will do a great job in getting each roof cleaned properly, but will also keep the ecosystem around your home safe and secure. Using eco-friendly and biodegradable solutions is the only responsible way to clean a roof. Utilizing bleach to get a roof cleaned is dangerous, and it can bring rather large fines to the homeowners, not the business doing the cleaning.
Call me (Tom) at Pro roof cleaning today if you’d like a free estimate to have your roof cleaned safely. I’ve been in business for 25 + years now, so I must be doing something right! Experience, competitive pricing, along with friendly service makes Pro roof cleaning the right choice.
Tom at Pro roof cleaning PROROOFCLEANING.COM