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    Hello everyone! My name is Joe Thomas, Owner of Central Power Washing here in Des Moines, Iowa. I joined the RCIA to expand my knowledge and understand all aspects of roof cleaning before I begin pushing more marketing in the direction of roof cleaning. I am excited to learn from everyone who is a part of the institute!
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    Neha Singh

    Tips for safe roof cleaning.

    Thanks for sharing important points. I have found a nice article on roof cleaning and regular inspection. Read here https://crownroofing.ca/blog/what-is-the-importance-of-regular-roof-maintenance/
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    Kyle, just a friendly Tip Since you are a premium member, you are allowed to drop links here, however, Google resents any attempts at SEO Manipulation, so I am going to remove the anchor text for you, and leave your website link. Watch how I do it.
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    There should be a D.I.Y on this site for a soft wash system... I think when i get my air setup complete.. i am going to make a step by step instruction for a basic roof cleaning system 100 gallon with pictures parts, part numbers etc. But it should be kept confidential to paid members of this forum. let me know what you think.
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    David; There are several ways to start out. 12v electric pump which will allow you to shoot 25' up to 40' depending on your hose size and nozzle. I used that system for over 2 years until it got where it would only shoot 12-15'. Chemicals we use take their toll on equipment. I then upgraded to a air system where I use a BIG gas powered air compressor and a 1" aodd pump with 3/4" hose, a special nozzle, and 1/2" air hose. This allows me to shoot over 70'. Nice to have the extra power/capacity when you need it. Safety is always a major concern. I built my system so I would never have to get on a roof. I spray all from the gutter line or ground.I am 67 and have had both knees replaced and don't need to fall off anything. Just read on here, start out slow with some help and learn as you go. If you got any questions, call either Chris, or myself. Welcome aboard. Gary
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