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This Is The Roofing Manufacturers Method Below: Check it yourself. It says not to pressure wash!

You have probably heard all the new fad "GO GREEN" "Biofoam" "Bio Degradable" "Eco-Friendly" roof cleaning pitches that have cropped up recently. Or the $$ making Roof-A-Side type programs, that keep guys walking on your roof once or twice a year to maintain clean appearances?

They try to convince unknowing homeowners that chlorine bleach should not be used on roofing to clean with.
The reason is, they know that chlorine is the industry standard and what the manufacturers allow roofs to be cleaned with under warranty.
However, there are many, many real professionals cleaning roofs properly with chlorine-per manufacturer instructions.

So, these new start up companies try to get work by telling lies about chlorine use. But you won't see them posting a roofing manufacturer that suggests their chemicals or pressure washing, because none do.

It's their way to fool you into thinking you are helping save the environment!
What is more damaging to the environment? - chlorine, which is everywhere and turns back into plain salt when it dries?
Or roofing shingles in dump sites, because they only lasted a 1/2 life, due to improper cleaning methods? DON'T BE FOOLED!

Here are the facts from The Roofing Manufacturers Themselves.
It's your warranty, you can listen to the green salesman and pressure washing guys, who can blast the discolorations [ along with your roofs granules etc ] off from your roof, or to those who make the roofing and honor warranties or void them. { Incidentaly, I am not against pressure cleaning! It is perfect for all exterior cleaning other than roofs. I have been a pressure washing contractor since 1978 - I just know better than to pressure clean fragile roofing ! }
Here you go! I could easily supply more proof, but this is pretty obvious, I'd say.


From GAF Roofing Manufacturers about black algae removal:

http://www.gaf.com/Documents/Algae_S...-43-808-v3.pdf

Below is a partial "cut and paste" excerpt from GAF on how to clean a roof:


"If a new roof is not an option, GAF recommends cleaning the roof with a special mixture. That mixture is:
4 gallons of water, 1 gallon of bleach and 1 cup of TSP"


"What NOT To Do! Do not power wash the shingles to clean the shingles. Some roof cleaning companies offer this service.
However, it is not recommended."

From ARMA roofing manufacturers Association-how to clean roofing.

http://www.asphaltroofing.org/pdf/tb_217.pdf

Below is a partial excerpt cut and pasted below from ARMA:

Algae discolorations to remove from roofing surfaces, applying a solution of
chlorine bleach, trisodium phosphate, and water. Solutions for these ingredients depend on the amount of discoloration. Solutions range to one cup TSP and 2.5 gallons each of bleach and water.
First, gently disperse this solution on the roofing surface. Avoid scrubbing the surface, as this friction may loosen and remove granules.
Caution!
High pressure washing systems for algae removal should not be used.


Owens Corning Roofing manufacturers says the same thing:

"USE CHLORINE and TSP" "DO NOT USE A PRESSURE WASHER"

Owens Corning info in link below.

http://webapps.easy2.com/cm2/flash/g...ge_id=36077811

So, those who manufacture your roofing and warranty your roofing are the folks to listen to!

Not those who pressure wash roofs, or try to sell you a so called "Green" Eco-Friendly" chemical.

We clean roofs ONLY by the roofing manufacturers methods, so your warranty will not be voided!

WE ARE RCIA CERTIFIED ROOF CLEANERS: ROOF CLEANING INSTITUTE OF AMERICA. LINK BELOW:

http://roof-cleaning-institute.activ...1055740&page=1


With years of experience , it became clear to me that while pressure washing roofs made them look clean, damage was occurring on the roofs. Pressure cleaning machines can only be turned down so far and still accomplish roof cleaning and any amount of pressure, even as low a setting as 300 psi { 3000 to 4000 psi is what most pressure cleaning contractors use } will still remove around 15-20% of the granules that make up the color and protection of your shingle roof per cleaning.

Ugly black algae, left in place on the roof, eats around those granules and the rain removes them. Still eventually destroying the roof and spoiling it's appearance and resale value. With tile roofs, pressure removes the glazing many tile roofs come with. Pressure also blows pieces of cement that hold the ridge-caps in place off into space! If your tile roof is painted, pressure will blow portions of paint off all over the roof, leaving it in need of an expensive paint job!



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Old 08-28-2011, 01:58 PM   #2
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As Butthead would say, "words,words,words"

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As Butthead would say, "words,words,words"
Interesting who you choose to quote!
Clearly, you recognize the validity of what was said and have no reply.
As with Beevis and Butthead, what you said makes no sense?
Words, word, words of the roofing manufacturers.
Who do you listen to with other expensive things you own, that are under warranty? Isn't it usually the manufacturer?

Actually, I thought this was the first thing I have ever read about roof cleaning, that was finally more than just "opinions" and "words"
It's the product maker!
Like I said, we pressure clean too, but we listen to the manufacturer, when it comes to other peoples property.
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Chuck, you did a beautiful roof cleaning for that Chiropractor.
I hope he gave your tired old arse a couple of free sessions for that beautiful tile roof cleaning job ?
I needed a break, and business has been good for us this week in the Tampa area. My Son and his helper are out cleaning roofs today, and I got to take a much needed week off
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Chuck, you did a beautiful roof cleaning for that Chiropractor.
I hope he gave your tired old arse a couple of free sessions for that beautiful tile roof cleaning job ?
I needed a break, and business has been good for us this week in the Tampa area. My Son and his helper are out cleaning roofs today, and I got to take a much needed week off
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No, all I got was paid in full. That will have to do!
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Now I just gotta' figure out if I should use one or 2.5 gallons of chlorine...
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Now I just gotta' figure out if I should use one or 2.5 gallons of chlorine...
HaHaHa!

We had a guy the other day that insisted that we use cleaning powder on his roof. Needless to say, we walked away from the job.
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This Is The Roofing Manufacturers Method Below: Check it yourself. It says not to pressure wash!

You have probably heard all the new fad "GO GREEN" "Biofoam" "Bio Degradable" "Eco-Friendly" roof cleaning pitches that have cropped up recently. Or the $$ making Roof-A-Side type programs, that keep guys walking on your roof once or twice a year to maintain clean appearances?

They try to convince unknowing homeowners that chlorine bleach should not be used on roofing to clean with.
The reason is, they know that chlorine is the industry standard and what the manufacturers allow roofs to be cleaned with under warranty.
However, there are many, many real professionals cleaning roofs properly with chlorine-per manufacturer instructions.

So, these new start up companies try to get work by telling lies about chlorine use. But you won't see them posting a roofing manufacturer that suggests their chemicals or pressure washing, because none do.

It's their way to fool you into thinking you are helping save the environment!
What is more damaging to the environment? - chlorine, which is everywhere and turns back into plain salt when it dries?
Or roofing shingles in dump sites, because they only lasted a 1/2 life, due to improper cleaning methods? DON'T BE FOOLED!

Here are the facts from The Roofing Manufacturers Themselves.
It's your warranty, you can listen to the green salesman and pressure washing guys, who can blast the discolorations [ along with your roofs granules etc ] off from your roof, or to those who make the roofing and honor warranties or void them. { Incidentaly, I am not against pressure cleaning! It is perfect for all exterior cleaning other than roofs. I have been a pressure washing contractor since 1978 - I just know better than to pressure clean fragile roofing ! }
Here you go! I could easily supply more proof, but this is pretty obvious, I'd say.


From GAF Roofing Manufacturers about black algae removal:

http://www.gaf.com/Documents/Algae_S...-43-808-v3.pdf

Below is a partial "cut and paste" excerpt from GAF on how to clean a roof:


"If a new roof is not an option, GAF recommends cleaning the roof with a special mixture. That mixture is:
4 gallons of water, 1 gallon of bleach and 1 cup of TSP"


"What NOT To Do! Do not power wash the shingles to clean the shingles. Some roof cleaning companies offer this service.
However, it is not recommended."

From ARMA roofing manufacturers Association-how to clean roofing.

http://www.asphaltroofing.org/pdf/tb_217.pdf

Below is a partial excerpt cut and pasted below from ARMA:

Algae discolorations to remove from roofing surfaces, applying a solution of
chlorine bleach, trisodium phosphate, and water. Solutions for these ingredients depend on the amount of discoloration. Solutions range to one cup TSP and 2.5 gallons each of bleach and water.
First, gently disperse this solution on the roofing surface. Avoid scrubbing the surface, as this friction may loosen and remove granules.
Caution!
High pressure washing systems for algae removal should not be used.


Owens Corning Roofing manufacturers says the same thing:

"USE CHLORINE and TSP" "DO NOT USE A PRESSURE WASHER"

Owens Corning info in link below.

http://webapps.easy2.com/cm2/flash/g...ge_id=36077811

So, those who manufacture your roofing and warranty your roofing are the folks to listen to!

Not those who pressure wash roofs, or try to sell you a so called "Green" Eco-Friendly" chemical.

We clean roofs ONLY by the roofing manufacturers methods, so your warranty will not be voided!

WE ARE RCIA CERTIFIED ROOF CLEANERS: ROOF CLEANING INSTITUTE OF AMERICA. LINK BELOW:

http://roof-cleaning-institute.activ...1055740&page=1


With years of experience , it became clear to me that while pressure washing roofs made them look clean, damage was occurring on the roofs. Pressure cleaning machines can only be turned down so far and still accomplish roof cleaning and any amount of pressure, even as low a setting as 300 psi { 3000 to 4000 psi is what most pressure cleaning contractors use } will still remove around 15-20% of the granules that make up the color and protection of your shingle roof per cleaning.

Ugly black algae, left in place on the roof, eats around those granules and the rain removes them. Still eventually destroying the roof and spoiling it's appearance and resale value. With tile roofs, pressure removes the glazing many tile roofs come with. Pressure also blows pieces of cement that hold the ridge-caps in place off into space! If your tile roof is painted, pressure will blow portions of paint off all over the roof, leaving it in need of an expensive paint job!



Your GAF link is incomplete.
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HaHaHa!

We had a guy the other day that insisted that we use cleaning powder on his roof. Needless to say, we walked away from the job.
What's HaHaHa about it? One says one gallon, the other says 2.5 gallons of chlorine...
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What's HaHaHa about it? One says one gallon, the other says 2.5 gallons of chlorine...
None of them define the level of SH content.
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None of them define the level of SH content.
I was referring to the bleach... From the OP...


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Below is a partial "cut and paste" excerpt from GAF on how to clean a roof:


"If a new roof is not an option, GAF recommends cleaning the roof with a special mixture. That mixture is:
4 gallons of water, 1 gallon of bleach and 1 cup of TSP"



From ARMA roofing manufacturers Association-how to clean roofing.

http://www.asphaltroofing.org/pdf/tb_217.pdf

Below is a partial excerpt cut and pasted below from ARMA:

Algae discolorations to remove from roofing surfaces, applying a solution of
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None of them define the level of SH content.
SH content will vary depending on temperature, roof type and how much growth is on the roof. The hotter the temp, the more active the SH is and the lower the percentage can be. Asphalt versus tile, versus concrete, versus TPA...they all need a different mix.

We use anywhere from a 4-1 to a 2-1 water to 12.5%
SH mix. Our most common mix is 1/3 SH, 2/3 water, and some Myristamine Oxide surfactant for dwell time. We deal with a ton of moss and fairly heavy G.M. buildups here in the Pacific Northwest.

Also, the shingle mtgs do mention TSP as an additive. Most professional roof cleaners have gotten away from TSP. It is a degreaser and while it will make the roof shiny, it can also dry the shingle out used improperly. Most guys simply use the SH, often do a rinse down afterwards and leave it at that. The process works.
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SH content will vary depending on temperature, roof type and how much growth is on the roof. The hotter the temp, the more active the SH is and the lower the percentage can be. Asphalt versus tile, versus concrete, versus TPA...they all need a different mix.

We use anywhere from a 4-1 to a 2-1 water to 12.5%
SH mix. Our most common mix is 1/3 SH, 2/3 water, and some Myristamine Oxide surfactant for dwell time. We deal with a ton of moss and fairly heavy G.M. buildups here in the Pacific Northwest.

Also, the shingle mtgs do mention TSP as an additive. Most professional roof cleaners have gotten away from TSP. It is a degreaser and while it will make the roof shiny, it can also dry the shingle out used improperly. Most guys simply use the SH, often do a rinse down afterwards and leave it at that. The process works.
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That was done out of necessity! Rolling up 300' of 3/4" spray hose gets old REAL fast...as does having to regularly replace hose reels and manifolds that rot out because they were never meant for Chlorine use. Took six months to find the solution to one of every roof cleaners' biggest problems and now that it is available, guys are starting to order them.
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Thanks RC, I coincidentally cleaned a roof today, 10.00 of TSP, 5 bottles of bleach 8.25% SH at 12.00, took me 6 hours to do 1900 sq ft 5/12 straight A....looks lie a brand new roof!!

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