Roof Cleaning

Are black streaks bringing down your home? Hot Water Pressure Washing & Soft Wash | Tallahassee, FL brings a first-rate solution straight to you.

Roof Shingle Cleaning Tallahassee

Roof Washing Professionals

We’ve been delivering cleaner shingles to Tallahassee since 2012. As a locally owned and operated company, Hot Water Pressure Washing & Soft Wash | Tallahassee, FL brings unique perspective to every property we serve. We know what our customers need – and we have the equipment and skills to deliver that and more to your home.

Transforming Your Roof… One Shingle At A Time

Our low-pressure cleaning system is built around the instructions of Asphalt Roofing Manufacturers Association to ensure that your roofing maintains its quality. Pressure washing should never be used to clean your roof, as it can ruin the shingles and void your warranty. With our soft wash solution, we:

  • Remove stains and black streaks from your shingles
  • Kill algae and other bacterial growth
  • Protect the longevity and curb appeal of your roof
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Focus on what matters most - your home. Let us take care of your roof cleaning needs. Contact us today!

Frequently Asked Questions

The benefits of roof cleaning are numerous. Regularly cleaning your roof can help it last longer, keep pests away, and help maintain its overall appearance. Cleaning your roof can also help prevent the growth of harmful algae and fungal organisms, like moss and lichen, which can damage the material and cause water leakage.

When it comes to how often you should clean your roof, it will depend on the weather conditions in your area and how much exposure to natural elements it gets. Generally, roofs should be cleaned every 3-5 years.

Depending on your location, such as near lakes or having many trees around, your roof may require more frequent cleanings.

You’ll know your roof needs to be cleaned if you notice discoloration, streaks, or moss and lichen growth. If you’re unsure, it’s best to consult a professional who can inspect your roof and advise you on the appropriate maintenance schedule.

A low-pressure sprayer is used to apply a solution of water and a special cleaning agent designed to kill algae, moss, mildew, and other organic matter. This solution is typically a mix of algaecide and surfactant, but the exact formula may vary depending on the type of roof and the specific problem. It's crucial to avoid using pressure washers as these can damage the roof shingles.