Roof Cleaning Sacramento

Soft Wash and Power Washing Experts


No Damage Roof Cleaning

  • Custom cleaning for your specific needs.
  • 3 Year Moss Free Warranty.

Having your roof washed could help restore it and prevent costly replacement or repairs. Cleaning your roof costs a fraction of getting your roof replaced or repaired. It will slow deterioration and decay and restore the beauty of your original roof. It turns out that keeping your roof clean is among the most important preventive maintenance tasks that you can do as a homeowner.

While roof cleaning is an intelligent decision, excessive pressure and strong chemicals can damage your roof. At Pinnacle, we use Different techniques based on the situation, and we adjust the force needed for your particular power washing job. We will use a soft pressure wash and heat to deter future unsightly growth in most cases. Our proven low-pressure cleaning process and mild detergents will remove the mold, fungus, and algae from your tile roof without the application of harmful cleaning methods.

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Our Process:

Each Roof Washing Service Includes 10 Step Process

  • Roof Tile / Shingle Inspection.
  • Debris Removal.
  • Surface Preparation.
  • Roof Moss Removal w/ Treatment.
  • Lichen Removal and Treatment.
  • Heated Wash.
  • Low-Pressure Steam Rinse.
  • Full Gutter Cleaning.
  • Down Spout Cleaning.
  • Rinse Down of Adjacent Property.

Professional Roof Cleaning can be a complete makover.

It is important to power wash your roof regularly so that you can maintain the curb appeal of your home or business. The first impression is everything and if you ever decide to sell your home, buyers will look for signs that a house was taken care of. Anything that helps your home’s curb appeal is a good thing. Look at some of our before and after work and you will see the amazing transformations that are possible. Our customized roof cleaning system is the most affordable way to keep your roof looking new year-long.

How Important is Roof Cleaning?

Although it is often overlooked, the roof of your home is one of the most important structures as is offers protection from the elements and provides insulation by retaining heat in winter and cool air in summer.

Since roof tiles are made of limestone and are porous they can soak up moisture like a sponge and quickly become breeding grounds for algae, moss, mildew, etc.

Layers of moss, mildew, and lichen cause heat to stay trapped in your attic and home. Your HVAC unit will work overtime trying to keep your home cool. In addition to heat retention, the growth will retain moisture. Heat and moisture are a perfect combination for more algae and fungus growth The grow can work its way between and below tiles causing leaks and will shorten your roof’s lifespan.

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Black streaks and stains on your roof may be from a form of algae called Gloeocapsa Magma. Dark green algae is commonly called black mold but Algae is not the same as mold. Algae is more common and not as dangerous to humans. We will typically, see algae first show up on the north side of a roof where there is limited sun exposure. The result is hot spots that fail to reflect the sun causing issues with temperatures and higher cooling costs. These hot spots can also damage the roof significantly over time. Once the roof algae Gloeocapsa Magma lands on the roof, it will have to be killed and removed or it will continue to spread. It feeds on the nutrients in the shingles and as it rains, the algae spreads down the roof causing black streaks. If not taken care of this algae will take over the entire roof in a few short years turning the whole roof black.

Mold on a roof looks like dark-colored blotches, that are often green, brown, or black. Mold grows when water is stagnant or absorbed, such as when your roof leaks or has a condensation area. Over time, this moisture can foster bacteria and mold, which may work its way to the underside of the roof and supporting structures. This has negative repercussions on the integrity of the home and your family’s health. Prolonged exposure to areas infested with mold can cause serious respiratory illness and distress.

If you notice a powdery substance on your roof, this may be evidence of mildew. Mildew is bacteria, like mold, that ranges in color from black to pink. This is typically caused by a poor drainage system and can have detrimental effects on your roof and health. Mildew spreads fast, even more quickly than other harmful growths.

Lichens and Moss
When you see a moss-covered roof, know that there is a good chance that it also leaks. Lichens and moss will wreak havoc on your roofing and often appear in green fuzzy patches or round green circles on the surface. Over time, these growths will take over and cover your roof causing deterioration and problems that may lead to damage. They dig into your shingles finding weak spots and exacerbating any weak or worn areas. Eventually, a major roof repair or replacement will be required.