- Always wear fall arrest gear
- Eco friendly solutions & non-abrasive removal
- All rooftops and valleys to be cleared of branches, leaves and debris
- Before and After photos
There is any number of reasons that you might not be keen to climb up onto your roof. Being that far off of the ground without the proper safety equipment or training is scary! However uncomfortable you might be scaling those slippery spaces, clutter still builds up. Instead of letting roof clutter pile up or risking your health, let a Gorilla handle your Rocky Mountain House roof cleaning and moss removal.
Cancelling Out Clutter
The thing that you should know about roof clutter is that it never fully stops. No matter the season, no matter the time of day, clutter is always happening. Every day a new layer of clutter piles over the old and adds to retained moisture on the surface of your roof. Over time, this moisture encourages moss growth, which leads to damage to the structural integrity of your space. You don’t have to remove every piece of roof clutter as it lands but a twice annual treatment will help you get the full lifespan out of your roofing materials. A bit of routine maintenance can help save you money (and disaster!) in the long run. Don’t hesitate to call a Gorilla for your Rocky Mountain House roof cleaning and moss removal.
Your Rocky Mountain House Roof Cleaning & Moss Removal
In order to get the best results for your property, it is important to understand your property. Each home and business will have its own unique weak spots. The first step to any proper Rocky Mountain House roof cleaning and moss removal is assessment. Once clutter is taken away, a clearer view of the condition of your roof is visible. Just because you are not eye to eye with your roof, does not mean that you don’t get a view. Every Gorilla carries a smartphone in order to share ‘before and after’ photos with our clients on the ground. Having an idea of the severity of moss growth on your roof will tell us the best way to deal with it. Approaching growths with the wrong tools can lead to severe damage of construction materials.