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We'll Clean What's growing on your Roof, House and Driveway.

Asphalt roofs in Jacksonville, Orange Park and Most of Florida are being infested by a DarkGreen
Algae (commonly  Called  black mold).  The technical term for the algae is Gloeocapsa Magma.

Gloeocapsa Magma is spread by wind and animals, and grows from a small dot to a spot to a streak.  As the colony grows, and will hold moisture, which enables the entire colony to grow even more rapidly.  Many times a homeowner will just notice a spot and in no time, half the asphalt roof shingles are covered.  Increased moisture levels lead to the growth of lichen, mold  and even moss.  When lichen are present a  phycobiont relationship exists between the Gloeocapsa Magma (provides the photosynthesis algal component) and a lichen (the fungal portion of the colony).

This Algae can also be tracked into your house from the drives and walks and grow in your carpeting and other areas of your home.  Luckily the Gloeocapsa Magma Algae can be removed through thorough roof cleaning using quality roof algae cleaners recommended by the ARMA (Asphalt Roofing Manufacturers Association).  We apply these cleaners with a gentle non pressure method with about the same pressure as a garden hose.  Our method is recommended by shingle manufactures and won't harm the shingles of your home.

If you live in the Jacksonville- Orange Park - North Florida area, Call us today for a free Estimate.  904-710-1249

 

Visit our website at:  www.anrcleanteam.com

View more of our work at:  http://www.anrcleanteam.com/gallery.html

 

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al9226   

Nice job Al. The before and after picure of that roof cleaning says it all. Looks Great! Did you clean the driveway on that one too?

Yes we cleaned the driveway.  House wasn't bad but we did sell a drive cleaning while we were there.

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