STOP Cleaning Your Roof!

Make it MossProof!™

Were you aware that the exterior coating on your roof not only provides the color or appearance of your roof, but more importantly, it provides a barrier that keeps weather and UV rays from attacking the core of the roof itself?

When harmful UV rays penetrate your roof, it can deteriorate and fail prematurely.

This is why it is so important to not only keep your roof clean, but to try and keep moss and algae from growing, EVER!

This is because moss and algae are plants, and even though they are tiny, they have roots that attach to the roof surface. This can dislodge the protective layer that helps your roof last.

When the roof is cleaned, no matter how gentle the process is, the moss and algae are pulled away like a band-aid being pulled from the skin. But unlike your skin, it doesn’t grow back.

So how do you keep it from coming back?

There are many methods that can be administered. Because at Guardian we are committed to not only keeping roofs clean, but more importantly helping them last and perform properly for as long as possible, we have spent years developing a process that is safe and long lasting.

Our process was created after many years of seeing all of the issues created by other “Cleaning” methods while we were inspecting roofs for repairs and replacements. We saw many processes that would in fact get the roof clean, but in the process it would also Unnecessarily strip away the protective top layer of the roof. Or worse, ruin it altogether.

This is what led us to create the MossProof™ program. Which is the safest, longest lasting process for keeping moss and algae off of your roof.

If you are a homeowner who wants to make your roof last by keeping moss off of your roof contact us for a free inspection.

Contact us to get started! We will schedule an evaluation with one of our roofing experts. They will thoroughly inspect your roof and report their findings. This is a complimentary service, there is no obligation to buy anything. Simply fill out the form on this page, or call the number listed.