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    • Q: Do you offer military discounts?
      A: Yes. We are a Veteran and Woman owned American small business so we honor our vets with %10 off every service.

    • Roof Cleaning Questions

    • Q: Are you licensed and insured?
      A: Yes. We are licensed to do business in Brevard County , FL. We are also fully Insured and can provide any necessary documentation upon request.
    • Q: Why does my roof turn black?
      A: It is algae or Gloeocapsa Magma it is the primary species of algae causing your roof to turn black. Milled or compounded limestone is used as a filler in roof shingles to add weight and flexibility for the shingle. 
      The problem, is that algae loves limestone! Because of it's alkalinity and solubility, it provides a stable environment and a food source for the algae to flourish. It thrives in warm, humid environments in FL and normally appears on the north facing slope or shaded areas of your roof where the lack of sun and abundant moisture (like morning dew) supports its growth.
      These Algae spores are carried by the wind and land on your roof. You may first notice it as little black stains on your roof that just seem to explode over the course of a year. It's growth is exponential, the more it spreads the more moisture it can hold to aid it's growth. As it grows, it will spread to adjacent homes which is why you will see it on so many roofs in the same area.
    • Q: Will your detergents kill my plants and shrubs?
      A: No. We take many precautions to ensure that the roof cleaning is done safely and effectively. We have a variety of methods we use to ensure that no plant, grass or shrubs are damaged in the process we have perfected over the years.
    • Q: Will algae damage my shingles?
      A: Yes. As the algae feeds and spreads, it loosens this protective layer of surface granules which play a very important part in solar reflectivity and the original color. The loss of these granules, combined with the black growth spreading across you roof will cause your roof to absorb more heat from the sun. 

      • Pressure Washing FAQ

    • 1. Is there a difference between power washing and pressure washing?
      The terms “power wash” and “pressure wash” are completely synonymous. The fact is these terms are used interchangeably to describe the process of using high pressure water to clean surfaces. We use very high pressure washing machines.

      2. How often should I pressure wash my parking garage?Typically, it is recommended to have your concrete surfaces pressure washed AT LEAST once per year to maintain cleanliness. It is also common to pressure wash once in the spring, usually April (post winter) and once in the fall, late September-October.

      3. What can I expect my concrete surfaces to look like after you pressure wash it?
      Cleaner! When pressure washing concrete surfaces we have two levels of cleaning – we either use the high pressure wands to do what we call a “pressure rinse” or we use a device called a “surface cleaner” to scrub a little deeper. You can expect the surface washer to get your concrete surfaces a newer look than just the pressure rinse.

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