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Unsightly roof stains safely removed!

Discussion in 'Broadlands Advertisers Forum' started by Roof Cleaning Virginia, Jul 9, 2011.

  1. Roof Cleaning Virginia

    Roof Cleaning Virginia New Member

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    American-ProTech, Northern Virginia's leading roof stain removal company, is offering Broadlands residents a virtual coupon for the month of July. Mention this post after you've received your quote to have $25 taken off immediately.

    There's no need to tolerate those unsightly roof stains. A new roof costs thousands of dollars; professional roof cleaning by American-ProTech costs only hundreds of dollars for most residential clients.

    Our process is 100% safe for shingles as no high pressure systems are used. And the process is completed from the safely of our very own 42' hydraulic lift.

    Call or click today for a no obligation consultation and be sure to ask about our no risk guarantee!

    (The untouched before and after photos below are of an actual client's roof. Your roof will have identical results.)

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    Roof Cleaning Virginia New Member

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    Here are before and after pictures of another recent client of ours.

    On most homes, 40% of what is visible from the curb is the roof. There's no need to tolerate those embarrassing streaks and stains when they can be safely and professionally removed for just hundreds of dollars.

    Our consultations are free and there is never any high pressure sales. Call or click today for more information.

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    This recent roof restoration project had a significant impact on the curb appeal of this mature home. We stopped half way through the job to get an interesting picture.

    There was absolutely no high pressure used for this; the entire process was done via roof top chemistry and science. Satisfaction guaranteed or it's on us.

    Call or click for a no obligation consultation and quote.

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    Roof Cleaning Virginia New Member

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    We've done 4 roofs in Broadlands alone in recent times, and they've turned out great. There's still time to get on our fall schedule.

    Satisfaction guaranteed or it's on us.

    Call or click today

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    Spring is just around the corner! At American-ProTech, we've launched a new and improved website with LOTS of before and after pictures:

    Roof Cleaning Broadlands

    Schedule your pressure-free roof cleaning with us before March 31st, and we'll 'soft wash' one side of your home's exterior for free! (This process is far superior to pressure washing.)

    Satisfaction guaranteed or it's on us!

    Ted Saunders
    Founder, American-ProTech
    571 250 9650
    TheRoofCleaningCompany.Com
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    Ted, what product or formulation do you use for stain removal, if not a pressure wash? Thanks.
     
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    Thank you KTdid, for the excellent question.

    The pressure-free process is mandated by the shingle manufacturers; Gaf-ELK, CertainTeed, Tamco etc, all clearly state in their technical publications that high pressure should never be used to remove roof stains. It’s extremely damaging as it dislodges the granules affixed to the shingles themselves. Without those granules reflecting UV rays and the heat, the roof deteriorates very quickly.

    I mention this because sadly we see the aftermath of high pressure on roofs quite often. Perhaps this thread will prevent a homeowner with good intentions from doing harm to their roof.

    Having said that, our process relies on science and chemistry:

    The aforementioned manufacturers specify a solution of bleach, water and TSP at specific quantities. Results with that exact solution are spotty at best. We’ve modified the solution to eliminate the need for TSP (which is terrible for the environment – we’re very happy to NOT use it.) This same modification is what allows us to guarantee our service longer than any of the competition, now 3 years for nearly all homes. Without giving away the family secret, it’s comprised of an algaecide, a fungicide, liquid chlorine, lots of water, and a surfactant.

    A couple of very gracious Broadland’s residents wrote about our services within the forum here.

    We’d love to provide you with a no obligation quote or answer any additional questions that you may have. There’s never any sales pressure – ever.

    And your satisfaction is guaranteed or it’s on us!

    Have a wonderful weekend.

    Ted Saunders
    Founder, American-ProTech
    571 250 9650
    TheRoofCleaningCompany.Com
    We're A Rated on Angie's List
     
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    Here's before and after pics of a roof cleaning project that we just completed in Great Falls. The homeowners were very pleased.
     

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