Roof Cleaning and Moss Removal?

Answer When your home is shaded or if you live in a damp or wet climate, moss may gather on the roof. The moss covers the roof tiles and traps moisture, which causes wood rot and erodes the asphalt in shi... Read More »

Top Q&A For: Roof Cleaning and Moss Removal

What does it mean when you have moss on your roof?

When you have moss on your roof, it means your roof has an excessive amount of moisture. Moss grows in acidic environments in which there is an abundance of moisture and shade. If your roof has mos... Read More »

What do you call moss on a roof?

The moss typically found on a roof consists of tiny plants called Bryophytes. These green, yellow or brown plants can grow in moist areas such as rocks, driveways or on your roof. Moss can be kille... Read More »

How often do you have to treat moss on a roof?

Treat moss on the rooftop whenever you see it. If the moss on a roof is treated properly, it should solve the problem for at least one year. Proper moss treatment has been known to last up to six y... Read More »

How do I kill roof moss?

Use Moss-Killing AgentApply either a soap-based or oxygen bleach-based cleaning agent to the affected areas of the roof, using a brush, sprayer or mop. Do not use chlorine bleach, as it may change... Read More »