Chances are you don’t consider moss growing on your roof attractive. With the coming change in seasons from winter to spring--chances are you’ll be seeing more of it. For most of us, seasonal changes mean rain. Rain equals moisture, and moisture on your roof can result in moss. As harmless as it looks, moss can be very damaging not only to your roof, but also to the rest of your home. There is no doubt that extensive moss on a roof can damage the roof by growing under and loosening the shingles, trapping moisture against roofing materials and causing leaks. Moss doesn’t need much to grow; shade, moisture and a temperature between 32 and 70 degrees. By not having a root system, moss doesn’t need soil to grow—making your roof an ideal location. There are a few effective methods of killing moss on your roof. Powders or sprays can be found at your local hardware store. They are sprinkled or sprayed on your roof. Some of the dead moss will fall off the roof over time while the rest of it might need a little encouragement. Do not walk on a moss-covered roof-- it is likely very slippery, and do not use a pressure washer on your roof—it can cost you thousands. For more information on how to use our 30 SECONDS Cleaner products on your roof, read our previous blog post .
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