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League City Roof Soft Washing

League City Roof Soft Washing cleans the roof with a soft wash offers deep and deep cleaning. It will not damage or dislodge roof tiles, nor degrade even the delicate stone. It is safe and effective. Ceilings can become very unpleasant due to organic growths such as moss and lichen.


The ceilings are also frequently discolored and stained by a prevalent bacterium called geocapsa magma. Ceiling associations and manufacturers do not recommend high-pressure cleaning to clean roofs. High-pressure cleaning can remove moss from the roof, but aggressive water jets can remove and damage tiles and other roofing fixtures, which could cause a flood, and moss is likely to grow back.

It is recommended to clean with the detergent recommended by the manufacturer. This is what we do. Gentle washing is the most effective way to eliminate moss or other roofing infestations, as long as they run the risk of becoming a major problem.


First, we will inspect your roof and identify any areas that need repair. Sugar Land Roof Soft Washing will eliminate the excess growth of moss and lichen using special extendable paddles and hoes and poles fed with water.

All our staff is trained, qualified and insured to work at height. Having first eliminated 90% of the visible growth, then we will apply our blends of mild washing detergents to eliminate persistent spores and bacteria.

We eliminated the geocapsa magma completely. Our disinfectant blends will purge the ceiling of organic colonization growths by filtering into the moss root system and killing the spores, leaving the roof not only clean but also notice improvements as time goes on. We will also clean the gutters and shine your fascias while cleaning a roof.


With League City Roof Soft Washing your roof will be cleaned, rescued and restored, with no possibility of damage, and the results will last for the next months and years.

The culprit: mosses feed on mineral salts that require light to grow. They usually consist of a green cushion of pointed tufts that can also be low and extended. They tend to be brown when they are dry. They are usually found on surfaces where salts, dirt, and dirt accumulate, so they are usually produced in roofing materials.