Welcome to the Lincoln Professional Roof Moss Removal Service
Stop Moss Today Before It Ruins Your Tomorrow!
According to Checkatrade, the cost of re-felting the average 3-bedroomed detached house in the UK is £4,800!
Can you afford for moss growth to make this happen to you?
Roof moss is not just unsightly, it will end up causing expensive damage to your roof and roof felt.
If you end up needing a new roof, then you can expect a cost of around 5x that £4800.
That is a cost somewhere in the region of £25000!
Are you starting to feel a bit sick?
What happens if you want to sell your house?
Can you imagine how much the sight of roof moss wil drag your valuation down?
Luckily, there is an option.
Roof Moss Treatment is relatively low cost, it lasts for 3 years, and once you are on top, with a clean roof, it is NOT expensive at all to maintain.
The average 3-bedroomed detached house will cost between £500 and £1000 for the initial clean and treatment.
then you have a low cost re-treatment just once every 3-years, working out at around £100 a year.
That’s about as good an insurance policy as you can get.
If you are now sick to the stomach of seeing that moss, and fearing what it might be doing to your roof – give Lincoln Moss Removal a call today and get a no-obligation quote from our experts.
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Done For You Moss Control
Lincoln Moss Removal not only remove moss from your roof, they also use powerful yet safe detergents to help prevent it from growing back.
We are not just about roof moss either, Lincoln Moss Removal can just as quickly remove moss from your tarmac, slabbed or concrete driveway, pathways and patio.
In fact, our moss removal service will get rid of moss for 3-years, GUARANTEED!
Low Cost Treatment
Our softwashing spray is a specially developed moss killer, that can treat your roof tiles, paving and driveways for up to three years.
This long-life treatment really makes it great value, especially for protecting your roof tiles against returning algae, Lichens or moss growth.
We also promise to clean out your gutters afterwards, making sure any dislodged moss or lychen is removed, leaving your gutters clean running and obsturction-free.
Mailing addressLincoln Moss Removal
54 Robert Tressell Walk
The frequency with which you should remove moss from your roof depends on several factors, including the type of roof you have, the climate in your area, and the amount of moss that has built up. If you have an asphalt shingle roof, you should inspect it at least once a year for moss growth. If you live in a humid climate or an area with frequent rainfall, you should inspect your roof more often, as moss can grow quickly in these conditions.
Removing moss from your roof can have a significant impact on your home’s roadside appeal. Moss can be unsightly and can detract from the overall look of your home. Moss can also cause damage to your roof, leading to costly repairs. Removing moss from your roof can help to improve the overall look of your home.
Removing moss from your roof can have a significant impact on your home’s energy efficiency. Moss can act as an insulator, trapping heat in the summer and cold air in the winter, making it harder for your home to maintain a comfortable temperature. In addition, moss can block sunlight from reaching your roof, preventing your home from taking advantage of natural solar energy.
Removing moss from your roof can provide a number of benefits. The most obvious benefit is that it can help to improve the aesthetic appearance of your home. Moss can be unsightly and can detract from the overall look of your home. Removing it can help to restore the beauty of your roof and make your home look more attractive. In addition to aesthetic benefits, removing moss from your roof can also help to protect the structural integrity of your roof.
The best methods for removing moss from your roof depend on the type of roof you have and the severity of the moss growth. For asphalt shingle roofs, a pressure washer is the most effective way to remove moss. Start by spraying the roof with a solution of one part bleach to two parts water. Allow the solution to sit for about 15 minutes before using the pressure washer to blast away the moss.
The best products to use for removing moss from your roof depend on the type of roof you have, the severity of the moss growth, and the type of moss you are trying to remove. For tiled roofs, a zinc-based moss treatment is often recommended. Zinc-based treatments are typically sold in liquid form and can be applied directly to the roof with a garden sprayer. The zinc in the treatment will kill the moss and prevent it from growing back.
Start by removing any debris from the roof. This includes leaves, sticks, and any other organic material that could be harboring the moss. If you have a pressure washer, you can use it to blast away any debris. Be sure to use a low pressure setting to avoid damaging the roof. Once the debris is removed, it’s time to treat the moss. Lincoln Moss Removal are happy to advise or quote for your moss removal.
The cost of removing moss from your roof will depend on a few factors, such as the size of your roof, the extent of the moss infestation, and the type of removal method you choose. If the moss infestation is minor, you may be able to remove it yourself with a pressure washer or a garden hose. This method is the least expensive, but it may not be effective if the moss has taken root in the shingles.
Removing moss from your roof can be a risky endeavor if you don’t take the proper precautions. The primary risk associated with removing moss from your roof is the potential for damage to the roof itself. Moss can be difficult to remove and if not done properly, can cause damage to the shingles and underlying roofing materials. This can lead to water infiltration and costly repairs. Another risk associated with removing moss from your roof is the potential for personal injury.