Getting your roof professionally cleaned is the easiest and most cost-effective way to maintain the health of your roof and to keep it looking its best. Our high-quality Roof Cleaning Melbourne products retard fungal growth and our specialist high pressure equipment is managed by experienced operators who know the difference between cleaning rather than damaging your tiles.
If you’re about to sell it really pays to get your roof cleaned. If you’re not selling, professional cleaning will maintain the health of your roof and make your neighbours look twice.
Some Common Questions About Roof Cleaning
1. What is the black and green stuff on my roof?
Moss, mould, and lichen can build up on all types of roof surfaces and can contribute to structural problems unless treated. Roof cleaning Melbourne removes the unsightly build up can prevent your roofing material eroding over time.
2. Should I power wash my roof tiles?
Cleaning your roof is important but it is a job that is best left to the professionals. Any work on a roof is inherently dangerous and requires the correct safety equipment. A high-pressure cleaner can do more harm than good, and an experienced technician understands the fragility of pointing and bedding and can save you significant repair costs.
3. How often should you clean your roof?
Roof Cleaning Melbourne done right should last you at least 5 years and often up to 10 depending on the orientation of the roof.
4. How do I get rid of moss on my roof without chemicals?
Pressure cleaning is a great way to give you clean roof without the use of chemicals. A roof renovation including the repainting or reglazing will significantly inhibit any fungal or mossy build up on your roof.
5. What happens if gutters are not cleaned?
Leaf and debris build up can cause gutter corrosion and a bag full of other problems that are both expensive and avoidable.
6. How do professionals clean gutters?
All Roof Repair has specialist equipment including variable high-pressure cleaners and specialist vacuum equipment that effectively sucks out the debris and muddy build up that causes the guttering to stop working effectively and eventually lose its structural integrity.