Do you have mold and mildew growing on your roof shingles? You might want to remove it before it causes more problems for your roof. Here is what you can do:
- Use Concrobium House & Deck Wash to thoroughly clean the surface of your roof if it is exhibiting seasonal dirt and grime. Use Concrobium House & Deck Wash on surfaces such as wood, asphalt and other shakes and shingle types using the following steps:
- Apply House & Deck Wash generously with the hose-end sprayer.
- Allow it to soak into the affected area for 3-5 minutes, but do not allow it to dry.
- Scrub the area with a stiff bristle brush or broom.
- Rinse the surface earnestly with the ‘Rinse’ setting on the hose end sprayer.
- For tougher mold staining that is deep-seated on your roof, apply Concrobium Mold Stain Eraser. This solution doesn’t require scrubbing and doesn’t contain bleach, so it won’t discolor any surfaces. Click here for more information on using Concrobium Mold Stain Eraser.
When roofing materials are exposed to significant moisture they can become susceptible to mold growth. This can cause your roof to raise and rot. This particularly true for north-facing and shaded sections. Exposure to mold and mildew can lead to damaged and deteriorated shingles and as well as other roofing surfaces.
If you need help repairing roof damage caused by mold or mildew in Dallas, TX contact Eclat Roofing today at (214) 373-1500.