Frequently asked Questions
What are those black streaks on my roof?
The blackness on your roof is actually an algae called Gleocapsa Magma. It feeds on the limestone that your shingles are made of. Over time, this algae spreads and can cover your whole roof. Limestone, limited sunlight, and moisture are all this algae needs to survive.
How much does it cost?
We charge 15 cents a square foot for asphalt shingle roofs and 20 cents a square foot for tile.
Therefore, cost is determined by multiplying the area of your roof X pitch X .15 (cents per square foot).
**Pitch is the amount of inches your roof rises for every horizontal 12 inches. It is also known as the slope.
Will my plants or pets be harmed?
The answer is absolutely not. Our technicians are trained to prevent roof cleaning chemicals from ending up where they do not need to be.
Will my roof be damaged during the process?
NO!! Our technique is recommended by the Asphalt Roofing Manufacterers Association. 100% safe for your roof and 100% guarenteed to make your roof look new again.
Remember that we use No-Pressure, not Low-pressure.
Is Restoration Roof Clean, LLC insured?
Yes and we can have our insurance company send the certificates upon request.
Do I need a new roof?
It is estimated that half the roofs that get redone actually just needed a clean. Black streaks do not mean that your roof is bad, just dirty. Why pay ten times more to get a new roof when all it needs is a little TLC.
Will a roof clean help me sell my home faster and for more money?
The answer is Yes!!
"A good first appearance on a home can add as much as 5 to 10% to the value of the home." says John Aust, president of the National Association of Real Estate Appraisers
The majority of home buyers decide whether or not to look inside a house or take it seriously based on its curb appeal.
By restoring the appearance of your home, you better the chances of selling your property faster and for more money.
It is hard to look at your own house in the same way that potential home buyers do because when you become accustomed to the way something looks and functions, we can't see its faults. Decide right now to stop thinking of the property as a home. It's a house—a commodity you want to sell for the highest dollar possible.