by Stan Morris Making your business shine

When the outside becomes treacherous, a solid roof is your first line of defense. You can imagine how sad it is when the protective covering of your home starts to change. This is a clear indicator that your roof is feeling the impact of inclement weather over time. Water is among the most common causes of aging in a roof. Stains that threaten to compromise the security of your house if left untreated. Consider the color of water stains and the extent of damage when coming up with a solution for your roof.

Black or Green Roof Stains:

Black or green water stains on your roof show growing organisms, such as algae or moss. The presence of constant moisture and sunlight makes for a cozy harvesting area. Things like tiny microscopic tenants can move in. They can lock in unwanted dampness or invite other, larger creatures to wreak havoc on the top of your house. Scrubbing the problem on your own is possible, but likely to cause further damage.

White or Yellow Roof Stains:

White or yellow discoloration on your roof suggests hard-water buildup. This can be from an air conditioner or evaporative cooler. This type of staining often occurs on lower areas roof beneath cooling units. It sticks out like a sore thumb. Like algae-type staining, attempting to scrub or power-wash will make things worse. Rather, you can try fading the damage with a vinegar solution. This works to dull mild stains without risk to the plants or animals around your home. Be careful of any harsher home remedies, as they can become dangerous if mishandled.

When in doubt, professional roofing companies like are better equipped to eradicate roofing stains. Expert solutions work quicker and last longer. Keeps you off the ladder. Call us today or visit our website for more info. 

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