Don’t get caught streaking–on your roof, that is.
Guest post today from Active Paving – Dublin patio providers for many years.
Keeping Roofs In Top Shape There are ways to protect roofs from algae stains and damage.
Don’t get caught streaking-on your roof, that is. Green and black algae can be a major headache for homeowners. Algae not only make a roof look bad, but will likely shorten its life as well.
Commonly called fungus, algae create unsightly dark brown, green or black streaking on shingles. Sometimes these streaks are n for soot, dirt, moss or tree droppings. While regions with sustained humidity and moisture tend to be most at risk, people who live in all parts of the nation with roofs made from all sorts of materials are susceptible to moss and algae accumulation. In fact, all algae need to survive and thrive are air, water and a food source.