SOFTWASHING | THE ALTERNATIVE TO PRESSURE
The chemical blend for soft washing works extremely well on tile roofs. The chemicals used for tile roof wash each have a certain function; TSP: used to remove rust like stains and dark streaks from tile roofs. Surfactants: used to stop the free flow of the chemical wash. Without surfactants the mixture would rapidly flow down to your gutter and not allow the mix enough time to work. 12.5% Sodium Hypochlorite: This high concentrated bleach is mixed down to 4-6% of its original strength. The Sodium Hypochlorite kills moss, removes stains and brightens tile roofs.
OUR ARGUMENT FOR SOFT WASHING TILE ROOFS
Tile roof cleaning in Seattle are accomplished in many ways but we believe our method is superior for the following reasons:
- Our mixtures work fast for Tile roof cleaning in Seattle. We don’t spend hours and hours blowing-scraping and pressure washing roofs. Being less labor intensive allows us to pass the savings on to our customers. On average we charge 20% less than our competitors.
- The chemical mix is designed for tile roofs. This chemical mix is used with great results all thru the Southeastern region of the United States. Tile Roofs are common in the Southeastern region.
- Our mix is safer than pressure washing. Pressure washing can do detrimental damage to a roof. Tile roofs are no different. If the spray of water is shot upwards into the tiles lap, water damage is sure to happen.
SAFETY AND TILE ROOFS
When Tile roof cleaning in Seattle, safety is a paramount concern. Tile roofs are extremely slippery when wet. Without proper training serious injuries can happen. PWNG is always safety conscious and we come ready to reach the steepest peaks.
The amount of dangers when cleaning tile roofs in Seattle can not be overstated. This is a job a homeowner should not try to do, without proper training. We spend over a 100 hours a year training . Tile roofs present us with the biggest challenge and are the trickiest to clean. If you are considering hiring a tile roof cleaner in Seattle, we would love to answer any questions you may have.