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Why Black Streaks, Moss and Fungus Grow on Roofs

Why Black Streaks, Moss and Fungus Grow on Roofs When algae and fungus get together, they form something new, lichen. Lichen is a photosynthetic fungus that has roots that wrap around the granules, feeding on the nutrients of the GM and the filler in the shingles. Once on the roof, lichen cannot easily be removed. Even if it dries out, it can come back to life when rain or moisture appears. Scrubbing or power washing the lichen will only do more damage.

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How to Preserve Your Roof

Houston Roof Replacement Contractor Inspect Your Roof Regularly First, make sure you are carrying out regular inspections of your roof. Check the roof from the ground once a month. Inspect your gutters from the ground. 

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Houston Roof Repair Service

Maintaining Your Roof Exposure to harsh weather from driving rain, the beating sun, wind, hail, and snow makes your roof susceptible to damage. As a result, regular inspection and maintenance on your roof are vital in order to ensure the longevity and condition of this extremely important building structure. Indeed, most experts recommend that home owners schedule annual checkups and maintenance with a qualified roofing professional.

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Houston Roof Repair Service

4 Good Reasons to Have a Roofing Contractor Roof Your Home in the Winter 1.) Ice dams causing leaks. The most common cause of roof leaks during the winter is the dreaded ice dam. An ice dam is formed over the eaves of a house from built up snow melting and running down the roof only to refreeze at the very edge of the roof line. If your roof is leaking because of ice dams this could be a great time to have the roof redone properly and insure that ice dams will not be bothering you and your home again.

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