Orlando Roof Cleaning Blog


Why is Gutter, Valley & Downspout Cleaning so Important?

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Your gutters play a very important part in the upkeep of your home. A series of narrow channels and troughs that are a part of your roofing system, they funnel water down the downspout to help to divert rainwater away from the base of your home. This may sound unimportant but what this means is that they help to reduce erosion, they prevent leaks from happening in your basement, attic, or crawlspaces, protecting both your interior and exterior painted or stained surfaces and preventing them from being exposed to excessive amounts of water.

Your gutters also prevent water from going over the edge of your roof. This can reduce the amount of moisture around your home, directing it straight in to the ground. Everyone has had the experience of rushing in to a home because water is pouring off of the roof in sheets. It’s not pleasant. Proper maintenance of your gutter system, or regular gutter cleaning, can help to keep that from happening. The lack of rain falling from the roof also serves to keep your home free of dirt at the foundation as well as moss, algae, and slime by keeping it dry.

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Tile Roof Cleaning: All You Need to Know

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Your roof is installed with a long lifespan. Properly applied, and depending on the material, it can last for a number of years. However, to keep it in the best shape possible, it does need regular upkeep and maintenance. That’s where our Orlando tile roof cleaning company comes in.

Every year, there are thousands of people replace their roofs. Often times, these roofs still have a lot of life left in them. Before you decide you need a new roof, it’s important to weigh your options. If your roof looks old and is covered with streaks or moss, it doesn’t mean it’s time for a new one. It probably just needs a good cleaning.

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Swarm of Honey Bees

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Did you know that honey bees pollinate 80% of our crops. Or 20 billion dollars worth. Albert Einstein said once “if bees disappear from the earth man would have no more than four years to live.”

We were swarmed by honey bees the last day on this job (the black roofed home) as 40,000 bees honey laden bees landed in a flower bed on that bush.

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