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  1. Brian C. Jackson added a post in a topic What Roof Cleaning Pump Are You Using ?   

    I will be running 12volt fatboy and a 3/8 all-flow
  2. Liberty SoftWash added a post in a topic Roof Snot - Chlorine Stable Roof Cleaning Surfactant   

    Yes I washed mine with it last year and it worked great!
  3. Liberty SoftWash added a post in a topic What Roof Cleaning Pump Are You Using ?   

    I still have a All-Flo thats 5 yrs old. It is a 3/8 but i am not upgrading till it stops working then i will go to 1/2.
  4. garyw added a post in a topic Roof Snot - Chlorine Stable Roof Cleaning Surfactant   

    Wash your vehicles with it. You won't believe the wonderful results. Looks like you just waxed them.
  5. Liberty SoftWash added a blog entry in Roof Cleaning PA, MD and DE   

    Roof Moss Removal Lancaster, Pa 17601
    If you have moss and lichen growing on your roof, you are taking years of life out of your asphalt shingles.

    Allowing moss or lichen to grow on your asphalt shngles causes your roof to hold excess moisture and decreases the shingles' reflective qualities. Because moss and lichen are plants, they have roots that will continue to grow until the plant is killed. These roots will cause your shingles to lift and allow water to penetrate the substrate of your roof, causing roof leaks.

    Roof Cleaning by A&E offers a solution other than roof replacement that will eliminate the moss or lichen and return your shingles to their original beauty at a fraction of the cost of replacing your roof.

    We will use a gentle soft washing method that will kill the moss or lichen and add years of life to your roof.

    Call Roof Cleaning by A&E for an estimate to rid your roof of moss. (717) 324-4208

    Visit our site to learn more about our roo cleaning service. www.RoofCleaningPA.com
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  6. Apple Roof Cleaning (813) 655-8777 added a topic in Non Pressure Roof Cleaning Equipment   

    What Roof Cleaning Pump Are You Using ?
    We are currently using Yamada 1/2 Inch Kynar Air Diapraghm Pumps with the optional Viton Diapraghms instead of the teflon.
    We feel Viton lasts longer then teflon, and it also sprays a little better.
    We use larger air compressors with 18 cfm.
    What roof cleaning pumps are you using right now ?
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  7. Roof Cleaning Virginia added a topic in Available Leads / Work Opportunities   

    Cedar Shake subcontractor for VA and MD
    If your business is capable of cedar shake restoration, does it properly, and is interested in working in VA and or MD, please give me a call or EMAIL me.  Please be prepared to discuss your 3-step  labor rate per square for 6:12 and below, 7:12 and above, and labor rate per square for stain/seal.  
     
    We'd need to be name listed on your insurance policy as well.  We just sold another big ass cedar job, and I don't like doing them.
     
    571 250 9650
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  8. Liberty SoftWash added a post in a topic Blogs   

    Ok, thanks Chris!
  9. Apple Roof Cleaning (813) 655-8777 added a post in a topic Blogs   

    You have to first be a member of this Forum Eric. Click the store tab, and buy a membership here.
  10. Liberty SoftWash added a post in a topic Blogs   


    So, can we make a blog post now? I can't figure out how to start a new blog.
  11. Roof Cleaning Cleveland added a post in a topic Skins - color settings   

    Me too.
  12. Gutterdog added a post in a topic How are you spending the winter? (downtime)   

    Gutterdogs is still up and coming. With everything. Been doing the same thing we do every winter. That is to get to Spring. Spend as little as possable. Get to the money! Each year is better and better.
  13. Gutterdog added a post in a topic OMFG ! Big Google Page Rank Update Today!   

    That makes so much fukin sense!!!!!!!! DAMN!!!
  14. Gutterdog added a post in a topic OMFG ! Big Google Page Rank Update Today!   

    I get emails to review Phil and Ted.
    I'd like to give Ted one! LOL!!!
    Playing it fair though.
  15. Gutterdog added a post in a topic Manage attachments   

    How do I change this picture??? I wanna put the truck back up! lol!!!
     
    I wanna subscribe, but cant figure that out neither???
  16. Gutterdog added a post in a topic Manage attachments   

    YESSSSS!!!!
  17. Liberty SoftWash added a post in a topic Manage attachments   


    That's great to here.
  18. al9226 added a post in a topic Trailer Towing   

    Good post.
  19. al9226 added a post in a topic Skins - color settings   

    Just did it to me too.
  20. Roofcleanse+ added a post in a topic Skins - color settings   

    When I click on view new content it says I do not have permission to view.
     
     Anyone else having problem accessing ?    Everything else works fine.
  21. al9226 added a post in a topic Skins - color settings   

    When you view the new content page, the background doesn't let you see the lettering very well... especially the blue.  At least for an old guy like me.
  22. Roof Cleaning Contractors added a post in a topic Skins - color settings   

    The only thing I darkened much at all was the header and boarder....what part are you seeing thats too dark?
  23. Roof Cleaning Contractors added a topic in General Discussion   

    Skins - color settings
    I'm tweaking the forum layout and colors. While I've become pretty good at tweaking wordpress with CSS, this software is new to me. Sometimes, changing a font  or background color in one area will alter it in another as well. This is due to how they setup the css classes.
     
     
    Bear with me for the next few days as I feel my way through the IP Board CSS entry classes.
     
     
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  24. Roof Cleaning Contractors added a topic in Equipment Safety   

    Trailer Towing
    Thank goodness for tow chains...
     
    Years ago, when I first started using a trailer, I was very good about dropping the receiver on the hitch ball, hooking up the safety chains and plugging up the electric. However, a couple of times I forgot to lock down the reciver to the ball. Twice, I had the trailer come loose from the truck. luckily, neither time was at highway speed. One time I hit a speed bump and the other time it was at a railroad crossing. I was able to pull off to the side of the road and jack the trailer up and reconnect. Twice was all it took before I developed a safety habit that has stuck ever since.
     
    Whether I'm pulling out for the first job of the day or leaving a job for the next, I always pull the rig at least twice it's length and then stop. I get out and walk around the entire trailer. I check that the chains are on, ball is latched and electric is plugged. I look to verify the ladders are secured and drop ramps are latched. I also look for loose items that could fall out (brushes, buckets, wands, etc).
     
    More than once I've had helpers ask why I don't just check all that before I move. I move the rig and check because the last thing I'm looking for is anything that might have been set down or rolled under the truck or trailer. In the last 5 years, I've never dropped a trailer again and several times I've found a pail, pump-up or wand that was missed when we loaded.
     
    Dropping a trailer could be catastrophic...losing equipment could be costly. I hope sharing my mistakes and solutions helps someone.
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  25. Apple Roof Cleaning (813) 655-8777 added a post in a topic Capital City Bank Roof Cleaning, Tallahassee, Florida   

    It looks and sounds like a great set up! I hate trailers too, the reason we only have roof cleaning trucks.