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What's Eating your roof?

  1. ALGAE:
    They like dampness and shade, so algae spores can grow on wood shingles or shakes and asphalt shingles that don’t get much sunlight. Because roof algae retain moisture, they can cause shingles to deteriorate and eventually rot completely. Algae also like the humid conditions in gutters and downspouts and can grow there as well. Algae are recognizable by their black-green coloring.
  2. MOLD:
    Appearing as fuzzy black, brown, or green spots or slimy film, mold is attracted to damp or humid environments and spreads quickly. Black mold is the most dangerous type of mold. It lives on wood, paper and drywall, so if the problem is not addressed quickly, it could weaken the entire structure of a home or building. Easily recognizable by its dark black color and its strong musty smell, black mold is toxic and can cause serious respiratory illnesses in occupants of the home or building.
  3. MILDEW:
    Recognized by its powdery consistency, mildew typically grows in warm, humid and rainy environments. It is most commonly found on roofs with poor drainage or where trees hang over the roof line. Green, black, red, or pink in color, mildew is a fast spreader.
  4. MOSS:
    It likes moisture, so it typically grows on moist wood shingles or shakes. As the moss grows, it contains even more moisture, all resting on the surface of your roof. Eventually, your roofing materials begin to rot, compromising the integrity of your roof.