- 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
The exterior of your home or business is the first impression that it gives to clients or guests. There are plenty of simple cleaning practices that keep your property looking great but when it comes to your roof – there is a bit more to it. There is a special type of care that goes into your Steinbach roof cleaning and moss removal and our Gorillas are experts.
What Sets Your Roof Apart?
The roof around your property is harder to maintain than other, more easily accessible spots. After all, not everyone is keen on climbing but our Gorillas are more than happy to give you a birds eye view to your roof.
Your roof is constantly protecting you but it is facing off against challenges of its own. Moisture, debris, shade, and moss are all wearing away at your roof each and every day. If you get behind on your roof’s routine maintenance, it opens the door to repairs and even replacement.
Steinbach Roof Cleaning & Moss Removal: How We Work
Instead of trying to tackle roof cleaning on your own, let our Gorillas show you how it is done. Getting up on your roof by yourself can be a tricky chore but getting up there is only half the battle. The surface of your roof is more often than not, slippery. Moss and moisture against asphalt shingles can great a slick environment. That is why our Gorillas always use the best safety gear to keep our feet firmly planted.
Once on the roof, Gorilla technicians take photos of the surface of your roof. This keeps clients informed from the safety of the ground. Once clutter is removed, we have a better view of the condition of your space and if there are any further services needed, such as moss removal.
With our Gorillas, you never have to worry about clutter moving from your roof to your yard. We dispose of everything that we remove from your roof.
If there is any moss present, our Gorillas can get to work carefully removing it safely. Harsh tools or pressure washers can cause damage to your roof.