Roof Cleaning in Oregon

BEST Roofing & Waterproofing offers top-tier roof cleaning in Oregon, setting a standard of excellence in the industry. Our experts focus on the removal of all debris and moss buildup while ensuring that no damage occurs during the cleaning phase. After all, we treat your roof with the same care as our own. Check out our commercial roof cleaning services.

Shingle Cleaning and Moss Removal

We remove existing moss with hand brush tools only. Our technicians do not pressure wash shingle roofs to avoid granule loss or break the seal between shingles. We also clean the gutters, flush the downspouts, and remove moss and debris around chimneys, skylights, vents, penetrations, and wall flashings.

Our technicians can clean the debris from the property and advise you if the downspouts are clogged and require additional services to remove debris. We then apply a moss treatment to the entire roof and recommend applying it twice a year as a preventative measure.

Tile Roof Cleaning

After evaluating the tile roof, we can soft wash, mechanically clean it with hand brushes, or a high-pressure wash to remove grime, moss, and other debris. We would then clean out all the gutters and flush the downspouts. Our tile cleaning includes moss treatment and a concrete cleaner that will be applied and cleaned for 6 more months.

Our technicians will clean the debris from the property and advise you if the downspouts are clogged and would require additional services to remove debris. We would then recommend applying a cleaning agent and moss treatment twice per year as a preventative measure.

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Metal Roof Cleaning

Metal should be cleaned annually to ensure that it is performing to the highest level. Simply rinsing to remove debris can add years to the life by cutting down on staining and inspecting for screws or seams that should be re-sealed. Debris, leaves, and buildup left unattended could cause staining or cause water to back up when it should flow down.

If the roof is maintained regularly and maintenance is performed, then a metal roof could last 50 years or more. If a metal roof is left unmaintained, then its age will play a bigger role and cut the life of the roof in half in some cases.