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      The Grime Scene Terms Of Service and Forum Rules   08/23/2007

      Terms of Service Warning: The contracting trades are an activity in which there exists the potential for serious injury or death. ALL Users must read and agree to these Terms of Service before using this site. This web site is dedicated to the contracting trades, an activity which is inherently dangerous. You should not depend on information gleaned from this site for your personal safety. Your safety depends upon your own judgment based on competent instruction, experience, and a realistic assessment of ability. There are no warranties, either expressed or implied, that the information on this website are accurate and reliable. Your use of this site indicates your assumption of the risk of death or serious injury and is an acknowledgment of your own sole responsibility for your safety. The following terms and conditions are in reference to the The Grime Scene web site and discussion board (www.thegrimescene.com), here in referred to as "The Grime Scene". These terms and conditions apply to all sites, services, and resources within the The Grime Scene. ACCEPTANCE OF TERMS The Grime Scene provides its service to you, subject to the following Terms of Service (referred to as "TOS"), which may be updated by us from time to time without notice. You may review the most current version of the TOS at any time in the Announcements. In addition, when using particular The Grime Scene services, you shall be subject to any posted guidelines or rules applicable to such services.
      [*]DESCRIPTION OF SERVICE The Grime Scene provides users with access to informational resources including communication and interactive resources pertaining to the contracting industry. Under no circumstances shall The Grime Scene be liable to any user on account of that user's use or misuse of the site or reliance on the site. Such limitation of liability shall apply to prevent recovery of direct, indirect, incidental, consequential, special, punitive and exemplary damages (even if The Grime Scene has been advised of the possibility of such damages). Such limitation of liability shall apply whether the damages arise from use or misuse of the site or reliance on the site, from inability to use the site, or from the interruption, suspension, or termination of the site or services offered on the site (including such damages incurred by third parties).
      Such limitation shall also apply with respect to damages incurred by reason of other services or goods received through or advertised on the site or received through any links provided on the site. .Such limitation shall apply, without limitation, to the costs of procurement of substitute goods or services, lost profits, or lost data. These limitations shall apply notwithstanding any failure of essential purpose of any limited remedy. The Grime Scene makes no warranties as to the accuracy of its information and due to the volatile nature of the information contained within The Grime Scene. The Grime Scene can not screen or authenticate all articles, posts, listings or other information.
      [*]TERMS OF MEMBERSHIP & USAGE RESTRICTIONS Site Membership Membership is available to any person over the age of 13 who registers and accurately provides all the required information, provides a legitimate electronic mail address and obtains a unique The Grime Scene member name and password. Membership is non-transferable. The use of web-based email accounts may be denied due to abuse.
      All membership information must be accurate and belong to the person registering. Invalid, incomplete, or falsified information can result in the immediate termination of all membership privileges for that user and, possibly a permanent ban, restricting the member from using any of The Grime Scene’s services at any time.
      Usage of this site is restricted to persons under the age of 13. (you must be over 13 to participate here)
      The Grime Scene is not responsible for the content of any member's posts, and the views expressed on The Grime Scene are the responsibility of the posting member and not The Grime Scene. The Grime Scene does not preview member posts in any way before they appear on the site. Any link posted to a third-party internet address does not imply an endorsement of that site or its content by The Grime Scene.
      The Grime Scene forums are for the discussion of the contracting trades and related topics. While the administrators and moderators of The Grime Scene will attempt to keep all off-topic messages off this forum, it is impossible for us to review all messages. All messages express the views of the author, and neither the owners of The Grime Scene Room nor the moderators will be held responsible for the content of any message.
      The Grime Scene forums may contain profanity.
      As a condition of buying and selling items listed in any forum of The Grime Scene, Buyer and Seller agree that The Grime Scene is not brokering or otherwise participating in any purchase or sale. The Grime Scene has no knowledge of the terms of sale, the condition of any items offered for sale, the accuracy of any aspect of the sale or the use to which any item shall be put. Buyer assumes all responsibility for proper use of any item so purchased. Buyer acknowledges that improper use of some or all of the items offered for sale on The Grime Scene may cause serious injury or death. Buyer shall seek qualified assistance and instruction in the use of all items purchased.
      Pornography of any type is not allowed.
      The owners, administrators, and moderators of The Grime Scene reserve both the right to remove, edit, move or close any thread for any reason, and the right to suspend or delete any user account for any reason we feel is in violation of the TOS, both explicit and implied.
      Membership in The Grime Scene is a privilege, not a right. We reserve the right to deny service to any person at any time without cause.
      [*]INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY It is the policy of The Grime Scene to respond expeditiously to claims of intellectual property infringement. The Grime Scene will promptly process and investigate notices of alleged infringement and will take appropriate actions under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act ("DMCA"). Should a violation of intellectual property be discovered, the document(s) or messages in such violation will be removed in a timely manner after any and all investigating has been completed to prove the authenticity of such a claim.
      [*]PUBLIC CONTENT ON THE GRIME SCENE Any and all content posted for inclusion in publicly accessible areas of The Grime Scene are the responsibility of the creator. The Grime Scene makes no claims or warranties about such information or its authenticity. Upon posting any content on The Grime Scene, you grant The Grime Scene the non-exclusive right to publish, modify and use such content solely for the purpose of displaying such content.
      [*]LIMITATION OF RE-USE You agree not to reproduce, duplicate, copy, sell, resell or exploit for any commercial purposes or noncommercial purposes any portion of the services or content contained within The Grime Scene and its subsidiary sites. In order to use any content, graphical art, photos or files owned by or published by The Grime Scene, direct, written authorization must be obtained from The Grime Scene with no exceptions at any time for any reason.
      [*]LEGAL RESTRICTIONS This agreement shall be constructed and controlled by the laws of the State of Maryland, without regard to its conflict of law provisions. Any dispute arising hereunder will be governed by the laws of the State of Maryland. Each member agrees to personal jurisdiction by tile state and federal courts of the State of Maryland.
      The Grime Scene reserves the right to change, modify or update this TOS agreement at any time without notification. Membership in and the use of resources contained within The Grime Scene constitutes full agreement and acknowledgment of the restrictions, limitations and terms set forth in this agreement.
      [*]Forum Posting Rules The following is a list of basic guidelines about what is and is not allowed while posting on The Grime Scene. These rules are in addition to what is listed in our Terms Of Service . Please read through all of these sections before using our site and contact us if you have questions. Users shall treat each other with respect at all times on The Grime Scene. Name calling, personal attacks, or other inappropriate behavior will not be allowed and may cause your account to be banned.
      Advertising on our site is specific to Contractors and to those Manufacturers and Distributors serving our industry. All Manufacturers and Distributors must have a signature, and should not solicit in the main forums. Please use the vendor area. Members who try to sell products and/or services to contracting professionals in the main forum area may have their accounts privileges suspended or revoked.
      No pornographic material or links to pornographic material may be posted on this site.
      Profanity shall be kept to a minimum. Words that appear to be blanked out with stars (*) are not allowed.
      You may only post material and content that you own. Posting copyrighted material, trademarks, and other violations of the DMCA is prohibited. Anyone posting an article must credit the author and provide a link to the original data.
      These rules may be altered at anytime without notice so please check the Announcements often.

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  1. I'm sure this topic has been covered. I haven't been able to find anything on it though so here i am. I've come into a new service area and have found a lot of roofs caked with really thick grease from the fan bowl. The only way i've been able to get it off is by melting it very little by little. This is extremely time consuming. My caustic soaps barely touch the stuff. Hoodfilters.com recommended "Grease Away" which is used Used to neutralize, break down, and dissolve grease on restaurant rooftops or grease dumpster enclosure areas. Are there any recomendations out there on which chemical to use or methods? I've attached two pictures of the absolute worst roof i've come across. I appreciate any feed back!
  2. Roof & Exterior Cleaning Products

    Hey Guys! Check out some of the new products offered by Certified Soft-Wash Systems! http://certifiedsoftwash.com/softwash-roof-cleaning-products-and-chemicals.htm
  3. I run a small 1 man handyman business in a little Pacific Northwest town. I've been getting more and more calls to clean moss off asphalt roofs ... lots of moss. To date I've gone up with a hand held pump sprayer and laid down either something like Moss Out by Lily Miller or a bleach solution. Both kill the moss. My problem is getting the moss off the roof once it's dead. I have tried low pressure rinsing and sweeping the roof, but the stuff just hangs on. I've had to get down on the roof and brush each and every shingle individually to dislodge the nasty stuff. WAY too time consuming!! The customer does not want to "let nature take its course" and wait for rain or wind. They want a clean roof when I leave. Anybody want to share tips on how they get moss off the roof the same day (with a bleach solution) as soon as it's dead? Any help is appreciated. Also, I'm a heart transpant patient so I always make a pitch to make sure you show you are a donor on your driver license. Thanks!! heartman48
  4. Hi, So i have 3 homes lineed up in 10 days and I have never done a roof before but spent hours and hours on here learning as much as I can. The tile roof and one of the asphalt roofs have what I would say is moderate amount of moss. So I will be using about 70% sh 12% and 30% water a mix of about 35 gallons with some simple cherry. I have my delevan 5800 ariving a few days before these jobs are to be done. My questions is the process of doing the job with the moss. Should I just spray the solution,then leave it obviously and come back in a week to actually get up on the roof to remove the moss? Also won't the big chunks of moss stop the sprayed solution from sinking down to actually coat the roofing so when the moss does come away that there may be spots where you can see the moss was on top? I really want to be sure I do the best job possible on these first 3 roofs as they could lead to other jobs. Any advice and or suggestions would be great. If anyone is fine with me giving them a call I gladly will as I even though I have read alot on this site,now using that info practically out in the field may be a different thing. Also doing gutters...should I just downstream the gutters with f18 or dip a brush and apply the chem then rinse?And with vinyl siding downstream with a mix of about 5 gallons for a small to medium sized house and then rinse with which tip? Let the gutters and siding dwell for 10 mins is good? I read info on here that is somewhat the same but there are always variables that I guess change solutions or applications ever so slightly. Anyways I appreciate any advice or phone numbers ahead of time... check out my website gumbootpowerwashing.com in the next couple of days in should up and running. Jason 604-399-9160
  5. Florida-Roof Cleaning by Chuck Bergman 33981 34224 34223 33947 34293 33950 34231 33946 33913 33920 33955 34292,, 34287 941-698-1959 You have probably heard all the new fad "GO GREEN" "Biofoam" "Bio Degradable" "Eco-Friendly" roof cleaning pitches that have cropped up recently. They try to convince unknowing homeowners that chlorine bleach should not be used on roofing to clean with. Now, here are the facts from The Roofing Manufacturers Themselves. It's your warranty, you can listen to the green salesman and pressure washing guys, who can blast the discolorations [ along with your roofs granules etc ] from your roof, or to those who make the roofing and honor warranties or void them. Here you go! I could easily supply more proof, but this is pretty obvious, I'd say. [h=1]TO MAKE IT SIMPLE. THESE ARE THE RECOMMENDATIONS FROM THE ROOFING MANUFACTURERS WHO SUPPLY YOUR WARRANTY AND MAKE YOUR ROOFING: From GAF Roofing Manufacturers about black algae removal: http://www.gaf.com/Documents/Algae_Staining_on_Shingled_Roof_Surfaces_-_Steep_Slope_Techn-43-808-v3.pdf "If a new roof is not an option, GAF recommends cleaning the roof with a special mixture. That mixture is:" 'bleach and TSP' "What NOT To Do! Do not power wash the shingles to clean the shingles. Some roof cleaning companies offer this service. However, it is not recommended." From ARMA roofing manufacturers Association-how to clean roofing. http://www.asphaltroofing.org/pdf/tb_217.pdf "Algae discolorations to remove from roofing surfaces, applying a solution of chlorine bleach, trisodium phosphate, and water. Solutions for these ingredients depend on the amount of discoloration. Solutions range to one cup TSP and 2.5 gallons each of bleach and water. Caution! High pressure washing systems for algae removal should not be used." From Owens Corning Roofing Manufacturers : "USE CHLORINE and TSP" "DO NOT USE A PRESSURE WASHER" Owens Corning - Owens Corning™ Roofing Products Product Demo This one from the ARMA says not to allow anyone to apply any *after coating* such as Algaecides, Fungicides, Copper, Zinc, or other Roof treatments - not anything! http://www.asphaltroofing.org/pdf/tb_227.pdf[/h] Florida-Roof Cleaning by Chuck Bergman 33981 34224 34223 33947 34293 33950 34231 33946 33913 33920 33955 34292 34287 Charlotte & Sarasota County Florida Pressure Washing & Roof Cleaning by Chuck Bergman Since 1989 941-698-1959 941-474-8883 941-483-3673 941-255-8600
  6. Clean and Green Solutions will be hosting a Pressure Cleaning and Roof Cleaning "ROOKIE CAMP" for anyone that is considering getting into the pressure cleaning or roof cleaning business or has been in the business for 3 YEARS OR LESS. The school will be held in Houston and begin at 8:00am on Monday February 6th and will conclude at noon on Tuesday February 7th 2012 at a cost of $399.00. Here are some of the topics that will be covered in both a round table and on the job training forum: •An introduction to the Pressure Cleaning and Roof Cleaning Industry, •Starting up your Business and Small Business Basics and Liability Insurance •Environmental Awareness and Concerns •Estimates – How much should I charge??? •Detergents/Wash Mixes – What to use when and where??? •Marketing Your Business •Equipment Selection – Special Pricing on Equipment Needed for Starting your Business •Establishing Relationships with Distributors •Residential and Commercial Cleaning Applications – On the Job and Classroom training •Non Pressure Roof Cleaning – On the Job and Classroom Training •Non Pressure Exterior Cleaning – On The Job and Classroom Training Each participant will receive actual hands on training as we perform an actual non pressure soft wash cleaning of a roof, exterior walls, and driveway of a residential home. A concluding Q & A regarding any topic that participants would like to address will also be held. If you are interested in attending and would like more information please email me at dougrucker21@gmail.com or call me at 281.883.8470 If flying in, and in order to for you not to have to rent a car, you will need to fly into the George H.W. Bush Intercontinental Airport. We will pick you up and drop you off at the hotel upon you arrival, each day, and your departure. I recommend the Super 8 Hotel in Humble Texas located at 20118 Eastway Village Humble Texas 77338, (Near Intersection off Hwy 59 and 1960) Phone # 281-446-8848. You can get a room for right around $50-$55 and all rooms have Free Wi-Fi, Refrigerator and Microwave. If you do not stay at this Super 8 you will need to make sure you stay at a hotel in the Humble area near F.M. 1960 and U.S. Hwy 59 so that you don’t have to rent a car. There are several right in that area. Total price for the 1 and ½ day school is $399.00. (Transportation to and from Houston, Lodging, and Meals are not included) Future School Dates are: March 5th and 6th, April 9th and 10th, May 7th and 8th, June 4th and5th, July 9th and 10th, August 6th and 7th We also offer individual training at your convenience if the above dates are not convenient for you.Clean and Green Solutions will be hosting a Pressure Cleaning and Roof Cleaning "ROOKIE CAMP" for anyone that is considering getting into the pressure cleaning or roof cleaning business or has been in the business for 3 YEARS OR LESS. The school will be held in Houston and begin at 8:00am on Monday February 6th and will conclude at noon on Tuesday February 7th 2012 at a cost of $399.00.
  7. Clean and Green Solutions will be hosting a Pressure Washing and Roof Cleaning "ROOKIE CAMP" for anyone that is considering getting into the pressure washing or roof cleaning business or has been in the business for 3 years or less. The school will be held in Houston and begin at 8:00am on Monday January 9th and will conclude at noon on Tuesday January 10th 2012 at a cost of $399.00. Here are some of the topics that will be covered in both a round table and on the job training forum: •An introduction to the Pressure Cleaning and Roof Cleaning Industry, •Starting up your Business and Small Business Basics and Liability Insurance •Environmental Awareness and Concerns •Estimates – How much should I charge??? •Detergents/Wash Mixes – What to use when and where??? •Marketing Your Business •Equipment Selection – Special Pricing on Equipment Needed for Starting your Business •Establishing Relationships with Distributors •Residential and Commercial Cleaning Applications – On the Job and Classroom training •Non Pressure Roof Cleaning – On the Job and Classroom Training •Non Pressure Exterior Cleaning – On The Job and Classroom Training Each participant will receive actual hands on training as we perform an actual non pressure soft wash cleaning of a roof, exterior walls, and driveway of a residential home. A concluding Q & A regarding any topic that participants would like to address will also be held. If you are interested in attending and would like more information please email me at dougrucker21@gmail.com or call me at 281.883.8470 If flying in, and in order to for you not to have to rent a car, you will need to fly into the George H.W. Bush Intercontinental Airport. We will pick you up and drop you off at the hotel upon you arrival, each day, and your departure. Most previous attendees stay at the local Motel 6 located at Hwy 59 and FM 1960. Room Rates range from $35.99 in the fall to $45.00-$50.00 in the summer. Here is a link to their Google Place Page Motel 6 George Bush Houston Intercontinental IAH Airport Humble Texas Hotels Motels * Motel 6 George Bush Houston Intercontinental IAH Airport Texas Humble Hotels Tx * Motel 6 George Bush Houston Intercontinental IAH Airport Texas Humble Hotels Motel. Phone # is 281.446.4300 If you do not stay at this Hotel 6 you will need to make sure you stay at a hotel in the Humble area near F.M. 1960 and U.S. Hwy 59 so that you don’t have to rent a car. There are several right in that area. Total price for the 1 and ½ day school is $399.00. (Transportation to and from Houston, Lodging, and Meals are not included) Future School Dates are: 2012- January 9th and 10th , February 6th and 7th, March 5th and 6th, April 9th and 10th, May 7th and 8th, June 4th and5th, July 9th and 10th, August 6th and 7th Individual Training is also availble at your convenience if these dates are not convenient for you.
  8. Here is another tile roof we cleaned a couple weeks ago in the Pasadena Yacht club of Gulfport. About 6500 sf total. We are going back next week to apply the simix solutions algae and mold preventer.
  9. Clean and Green Solutions will be hosting a Pressure Cleaning and Roof Cleaning School for anyone that is considering getting into the pressure cleaning or roof cleaning business or has been in the business for 3 years or less. The school will be held in Houston and begin at 8:00am on Monday November 7th and will conclude at noon on Tuesday November 8th 2011 at a cost of $399.00. Here are some of the topics that will be covered in both a round table and on the job training forum: •An introduction to the Pressure Cleaning and Roof Cleaning Industry, •Starting up your Business and Small Business Basics and Liability Insurance •Environmental Awareness and Concerns •Estimates – How much should I charge??? •Detergents/Wash Mixes – What to use when and where??? •Marketing Your Business •Equipment Selection – Special Pricing on Equipment Needed for Starting your Business •Establishing Relationships with Distributors •Residential and Commercial Cleaning Applications – On the Job and Classroom training •Non Pressure Roof Cleaning – On the Job and Classroom Training •Non Pressure Exterior Cleaning – On The Job and Classroom Training Each participant will receive actual hands on training as we perform an actual non pressure soft wash cleaning of a roof, exterior walls, and driveway of a residential home. A concluding Q & A regarding any topic that participants would like to address will also be held. If you are interested in attending and would like more information please email me at dougrucker21@gmail.com or call me at 281.883.8470 If flying in, and in order to for you not to have to rent a car, you will need to fly into the George H.W. Bush Intercontinental Airport. We will pick you up and drop you off at the hotel upon you arrival, each day, and your departure. Most previous attendees stay at the local Motel 6 located at Hwy 59 and FM 1960. Room Rates range from $35.99 in the fall to $45.00-$50.00 in the summer. Here is a link to their Google Place Page Motel 6 George Bush Houston Intercontinental IAH Airport Humble Texas Hotels Motels * Motel 6 George Bush Houston Intercontinental IAH Airport Texas Humble Hotels Tx * Motel 6 George Bush Houston Intercontinental IAH Airport Texas Humble Hotels Motel. Phone # is 281.446.4300 If you do not stay at this Hotel 6 you will need to make sure you stay at a hotel in the Humble area near F.M. 1960 and U.S. Hwy 59 so that you don’t have to rent a car. There are several right in that area. Total price for the 1 and ½ day school is $399.00. (Transportation to and from Houston, Lodging, and Meals are not included) Future School Dates are: 2011- December 5th and 6th , 2012- January 9th and 10th , February 6th and 7th, March 5th and 6th, April 9th and 10th, May 7th and 8th, June 4th and5th, July 9th and 10th, August 6th and 7th
  10. I'm wondering what type of safety equipment everyone uses while working on roofs? Or do you use any at all? Cheers Steve G SqueeGee Power Wash www.SqueeGeePowerWash.com
  11. Clean and Green Solutions will be hosting it’s “ROOKIE CAMP” for anyone that is considering getting into the pressure cleaning business or has been in the business for 3 years or less. The camp will be held in Houston on July 18th through July22nd. We will start at 4:00pm on Monday the 18th and conclude on Friday the 22nd at Noon. Here is a sampling of just some of the topics that will be covered in both a class room setting and on the job training forum: •An introduction to the Pressure Cleaning Industry, •Setting up your Business and Small Business Basics and Liability Insurance •Environmental Awareness and Concerns •Estimates – How much should I charge??? •Detergents/Wash Mixes - What to use when and where??? •Marketing Your Business •Choosing the Right Equipment for your business •Operating and Maintaining Your Equipment •Establishing Relationships with Distributors •Residential and Commercial Cleaning Applications - On the Job and Classroom training •Soft Wash Roof Cleaning – On the Job and Classroom Training •Soft Wash Exterior Cleaning – On The Job and Classroom Training •Driveway,Pool and Wood Deck Cleaning •Sales Techniques and Customer Service Skills Web Site Development and SEO Each participant will receive actual hands on training as we perform an actual soft wash cleaning of a roof, exterior walls, driveway, and more. A concluding Q & A regarding any topic that participants would like to address. If you are interested in attending and would like more information please email me at dougrucker21@gmail.com CALL US AT 281.883.8470 or visit us at OUR WEBSITE All early registrants will be able to attend the City of Houston Texas Water Code Seminar that will be held on July 21st. WE ALSO OFFER INDIVIDUAL TRAINING IF OUR 'ROOKIE CAMP' DOES NOT FIT YOUR SCHEDULE.
  12. Clean and Green Solutions will be hosting it’s third “ROOKIE CAMP” for anyone that is considering getting into the pressure cleaning business or has been in the business for 3 years or less. The camp will be held in Houston on June 7th through June10th. We will start at 4:00pm on Tuesday the 7th and conclude on Friday the 10th at Noon. Here is a sampling of just some of the topics that will be covered in both a round table and on the job training forum: An introduction to the Pressure Cleaning Industry, Setting up your Business and Small Business Basics and Liability Insurance Environmental Awareness and Concerns Estimates – How much should I charge??? Detergents/Wash Mixes - What to use when and where??? Marketing Your Business Choosing the Right Equipment for your business Operating and Maintaining Your Equipment Establishing Relationships with Distributors Residential and Commercial Cleaning Applications - On the Job and Classroom training Soft Wash Roof Cleaning – On the Job and Classroom Training Soft Wash Exterior Cleaning – On The Job and Classroom Training Driveway Cleaning Sales Techniques and Customer Service Skills Each participant will receive actual hands on training as we perform an actual soft wash cleaning of a roof, exterior walls, driveway, and more. A concluding Q & A regarding any topic that participants would like to address. If you are interested in attending and would like more information please email me at dougrucker21@gmail.com or visit us at Pressure Washing School | Pressure Cleaning School| Pressure Washing Training
  13. Charlotte & Sarasota County Florida: SOFTWASH ROOF CLEANING & PRESSURE WASHING BERGMAN ROOF CLEANING - SOFT WASH NO DAMAGE - RCIA CERTIFIED - CASH DISCOUNTS! We are a father and son only business and specialize in the cleaning of roofs offering the newest and only "approved" [ by the roofing association ] " NO PRESSURE " roof cleaning system. For asphalt shingle roofs, this system is a must and can add years to your expensive roof's life! Pressure cleaning a shingled roof removes a large percentage of the granules, that make up the surface and color of your roof. Many Pressure Washers advertise "NO PRESSURE" but don't actually own the equipment. They simply use their pressure washing machine's chemical injector and end up using "SOME" pressure anyway and explaining [ if you see them do it ] that they turned the pressure way down. You can't turn a pressure washer "down" enough to not blow the granules off! ANY pressure will remove much of your asphalt shingle granules! Click below to go to the roofing manufacturers association and read for yourself it's simple clear statement about pressure "HIGH PRESSURE WASHING SYSTEMS FOR ALGAE REMOVAL SHOULD NOT BE USED" http://www.asphaltroofing.org/pdf/tb_217.pdf Of course, we do have state of the art pressure washing equipment as well for houses, pool enclosures, decks, driveways etc. In fact, with our many years of experience, we have found that a pressure washer that puts out a larger flow of water [5.6 GPM] and less blasting pressure, gets the job done better than a high blasting pressure [3000 to 4000 lbs is common and lower water flow [4 GPM] or less.] Even tile roofs benefit from our "NO PRESSURE" system, in that high pressure will send small pieces of tile and cement holding your ridges in place, off into space! Also, if you have a finish on your tile roof, such as a solid paint coat or a glazing, high pressure can peel the paint or dull the glazing. On anything but roofs, pressure is needed, so we also have a 3500 psi machine and a 2500 psi machine with us at all times to use as needed. Another reason to hire us to clean your roof is - You may see competitors who say they are "Plant Friendly" WE EITHER WATER CONSTANTLY & OR COVER ALL OF YOUR PLANTS WITH TARPS. That's as "PLANT FRIENDLY" as it gets in this business! Because this offers the maximum protection! My son has worked continuously with me since 1994. So, if you have Black Algae on your Roof that needs removing, whether for: #1. Health reasons [Those who suffer respiratory ailments are adversely affected by the airborne mold spores] #2. To stop the deterioration of the roof [ algae eats constantly] #3. Aesthetics [ many beautiful homes have their appearance spoiled by black, discolored roofs] #4. Because your home owners association requires it. Give us a call! You will be glad you did! SEE SOME OF OUR RECENT JOBS http://s491.photobucket.com/albums/r..._Bergman/WORK/ Englewood 941-474-8883 Cape Haze, Placida, Rotonda, Grove City 941-698-1959 Venice, Nokomis, Osprey, South Sarasota 941-483-3673 Port Charlotte, Punta Gorda, PGI, Burnt Store 941-255-8600 Or, just email me! PRESSURE_CLEAN@COMCAST.NET May - September CASH DISCOUNTS ARE 5% for any work over $100.00 {= $200.00 job, you pay $190.00 CASH etc} Thank You! Chuck Bergman
  14. Roof lLeaning Kingwood. Texas

    Here are a couple pic's of a roof cleaning we did yesteday in Kingwood, Texas
  15. This warranty roof cleaning was done in Delaware County Pennsylvania. This customer had black streaks, gloeocapsa magma algae, growing on his asphalt shingles. He called the shingle manufacturer to ask about his algae resistant shingle warranty. They agreed to pay for the cost of his roof cleaning as long as he used a reputable, certified non pressure PA roof cleaning company. The Roof Cleaners LLC spent one morning this fall using our safe non pressure roof cleaning methods to restore this roof to it's original look. The customer was thrilled with the results and the shingle manufacturer paid the bill. If you are looking for a non pressure roof cleaning company to transform the look of your home, call The Roof Cleaners today! We work with all the shingle manufacturers to perform safe roof cleanings for our customers. The Roof cleaners clean roofs in Pennsylvania, Delaware and Maryland. We also offer safe power washing services to go along with our safe roof cleaning methods. Visit our web site and check out the results for yourself! Click on the thumbnails below to see our work close up!
  16. New post by this excellent writer. check it out. http://propressurecleanandseal.blogspot.com/
  17. Fortunately this roof cleaning customer found a very reputable roofing company. He thought he was going to have to get his shingles replaced. The roofer came out and told him it was "just some sort of mold" and that he should call a roof cleaner. He did a search online for PA Roof Cleaning Companies and found The Roof Cleaners LLC. We gave him a price and cleaned the entire roof. It was around 10,000 square feet. Only non pressure roof cleaning methods were used and the roof came out perfect! Kennett Square PA roof cleaning customers can call The Roof Cleaners LLC for all of their roof cleaning and house washing needs.
  18. This Oxford PA roof cleaning customer also put an addition on their house. The shingles on the addition did not have black algae stains, so the customer wanted me to clean the existing shingles to make the roof uniform in appearance. This customer called a few other companies that use pressure cleaning methods to remove algae staining, but their quotes were higher than mine. I did a better cleaning job that was safer for her shingles AND I did it cheaper than the guys doing it the wrong way. The Roof Cleaners LLC clean roofs in Chester County Pennsylvania, Delaware County Pennsylvania, New Castle County Delaware, Cecil County Maryland and all surrounding areas.
  19. The Roof Cleaners are based in Chester County Pennsylvania, but we clean roofs in the Delaware and Maryland areas as well. This roof was cleaned using non pressure cleaning methods. This customer recently had an addition put on her house and the new shingles were a stark contrast to the older algae stained shingles. We cleaned her roof and brought the shingles back to a uniform look again. The customer was thrilled! We even cleaned her sky lights on the back of the house while we were there. They hadn't been cleaned in years and they had a heavy layer of polen and grime on them. The neighbor was so impressed that he called me to clean his roof and gutter exteriors and didn't even want to know a price! Call The Roof Cleaners LLC for all of your Pennsylvania, Delaware and Maryland roof cleaning needs.
  20. Here are before and after pics of the latest shingle roof cleaning. Nice to have a sunny day for the after pics.
  21. Here are a few Tampa Florida Tile Roof Cleaning pictures. This roof was extremely bad for only a two year old home. I guess the tiles were old when they were installed, as I have never seen one this bad after such a short time.
  22. This is the Tile Roof I had mentioned that we had to Clean in Largo FL. that was 9k sq. Ft. the Roof wasn't really all that bad. We Cleaned it in just under 3 hrs including rinsing all the exterior walls and wraping it up. It's tough to see the full size of the house in the pictures because of all the angles but here they are.
  23. Here is another Tile Roof Cleaning we did this morning in Palm Harbor Florida. This Roof Cleaning job came as a referal from another Roof Cleaning we did last week. Someone had started to clean above the garage and not only did they not know what they were doing but they walked off the job. The lady just happened to mention it to a customer that we took care of and she gave her our number and told her to call a professional. That made me feel real good when she said that. This lady was sooo happy at the way her roof turned out that she actually gave us a $100.00 tip. Gotta love when a customer is that happy! Here are a few pics of the Roof we Cleaned today. We also did a Soft Wash House Wash for her. [ATTACH]11137[/ATTACH] [ATTACH]11138[/ATTACH] [ATTACH]11139[/ATTACH] [ATTACH]11140[/ATTACH] [ATTACH]11141[/ATTACH]
  24. Hear are some pictures of a Tile Roof we Cleaned in Palm Harbor Fl yesturday. This was a natural LT gray Concrete Tile Roof that was last cleaned aprox 7 yrs ago. This Roof was charcoal black on the backside of the House. This Roof was Cleaned using a Safe Non pressure Cleaning method and one good rain will rinse off the dead mold and algea residue and the Tiles will look like brand new. I actually ran out of material and had to go back today to Clean their Driveway and Pool Deck and Enclosure but forgot to bring my camera with me. The Pool Enclosure was full of pine needles and mold. I wish I had my camera cause it came out nice. Oh well, at least we did snap off a couple of the front of the house yesturday as we were leaving. I just picked up an 8953 sq ft Tile Roof and Pavered Pool Deck and Driveway for next Wed. The guy just bought the house for 1.8 million and is spending $90k to have it remodeled. The house is HUGE! I'll post pick of that one when I do it. [ATTACH]11128[/ATTACH] [ATTACH]11129[/ATTACH] [ATTACH]11130[/ATTACH] [ATTACH]11131[/ATTACH] [ATTACH]11132[/ATTACH]
  25. This was a Shingle Roof we Cleaned in Oldsmar Florida today in a community called East Lake Woodlands. The customer was very pleased and has hooked me up with his fathers House in the same subdivision as well as his neighbor next door. We also Cleaned his Pool Deck and enclosure for him after he saw what we did with the Roof. He was gonna Clean the Pool area himself but figured we could do a better job. Here are a few pictures. One good rain storm and this one will be brand new again. [ATTACH]11111[/ATTACH] [ATTACH]11112[/ATTACH] [ATTACH]11113[/ATTACH] [ATTACH]11114[/ATTACH] [ATTACH]11115[/ATTACH]
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