Moss removal and Professional Roof Cleaning Services in Cheshire
As homes get older, the importance of regular maintenance should not be underestimated. Many properties have aged, porous roofs tiles that are covered with moss, dirt, algae, and lichens. Various forms of organic growth not only looks unsightly but can cause problems such as downpipes and gutters becoming blocked. The additional weight of moss and permanently damp tiles can also cause unwanted stresses on the roof tiles and joists. We provide a roof cleaning service throughout Cheshire.
We offer a safe non-pressure roof cleaning and moss removal Cheshire service for all types of properties throughout the county via our network of Biowash™ Authorized Agents.
Biowash™ is a cost-effective approach to cleaning, with no risk of damage. The system is a combination of powerful cleaners and protection products that allow the tiles to be cleaned safely and efficiently. The process is carried out from the ground or gutter level, without the tiles being walked on thus avoiding damage. After cleaning we apply a biocide treatment to stop further germination and inhibit regrowth.
We also offer a render and wall cleaning service and our Biowash™ agent will happily provide a free no obligation quote, which will be confirmed in writing. Again the fact that the render clean process also avoids jet washing and relies on quality cleaning products, means there is no risk of damage to pointing on walls or render. For further information, call us and we will be happy to help.
Call us now for a FREE no-obligation quote or complete our online enquiry form. We look forward to hearing from you.
For people not that familiar with the county, Cheshire sits on the Welsh borders between Lancashire and Staffordshire and covers an area of over 900 sq miles and is famous for its many white plaster and black timber-frame houses. The county is also well known for its many canals which were built during the industrial revolution and is now an important place for narrow boating and pleasure craft.
The capital town of Chester contains many listed buildings, spanning from the medieval to the Victorian period and is still encircled by impressive sandstone walls dating from medieval times. An interesting fact that may not be known is It is home to some of Britain’s grandest houses such as Arley Hall, Dunham Massey Hall, and Tatton Park.
Benefits of the BioWash™ Roof Cleaning process
- Improves the appearance of your home
- Can add value to your property
- Provides protection from moss and algae
- Extends the lifespan of your roof
- No risk of damage to roof tiles
- Fast, safe & cost-effective