Frequently Asked Roof Cleaning Questions - Answered By Pocono Roof Cleaning
Pocono Roof Cleaning is the local leading solution for roof cleaning in East Stroudsburg. Besides excellent cleaning service, we're also here to provide industry information. Review our list of commonly asked questions, then contact us with additional queries or to receive your free estimate.
How Often Should I Get My House Washed?
While there are no set guidelines for house washing, you need to schedule exterior cleaning at least once every 2-3 years. For homes with less direct sunlight, you could need to increase the frequency to as often as once a year. We'll meet with you to determine the best plan of action for your routine pressure washing.
Is That Black Stuff On My Roof Really Not Dirt?
Roof cleaning helps improve the look of your roof and the overall curb appeal of your home. However, the real purpose of roof cleaning is to eradicate contaminants like mold and algae. The black streaks commonly found on rooftops are caused by a type of blue-green algae, Gloeocapsa magma, that feeds off the granules on shingles. Schedule regular maintenance for your roof, like cleaning, and you'll be able to destroy the algae before it has a chance to develop into a problem.
I Have Old, Set In Stains. Does Your Service Clean Those Up?
At Pocono Roof Cleaning, we're proud of the work we do and the results we get. While we prefer to partner with property owners for regular cleanings that will prevent the formation of stains, we can also deal with stains after they appear. The sooner you get surface stains cleaned, the less likely they are to become permanent blemishes. But we'll handle them either way.
Does Your Service Get Oil Or Rust Stains Out Of My Concrete?
Concrete may be durable, but it also tends to collect stains easily. That's because if not sealed, concrete is a porous material. Even with a top layer of sealant, stains can appear. You'll be glad to know we can take care of oil or rust stains with great success, so call now for your appointment.