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What brand of moss removal do you recommend for moss on your roof?

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      Cynthia Schmidt wrote Apr 23, 2014
    • Linda I’ll ask my brother. He lived in Kent for more than 20 years and now lives in Maple Valley. I know he’s treated his roof over the years. I’ll let you know.




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      Tuliplady wrote Apr 24, 2014
    • I can’t imagine having enough moisture for moss to grow on a roof. Wow!  That’s damp.  I just have to ask because I know nothing about this.... what does it hurt to have the moss there?




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      Cynthia Schmidt wrote Apr 24, 2014
    • the moss erodes the roofing material, especially if it’s a shingle roof. And, it’s so damp there that the moss never really goes away. I lived in Washington for 2 years and had a tough time with the cold and the wet weather. It’s pretty and green, though, but I just couldn’t get warm. My brother has been there for close to 30 years I believe and he just loves it.

      Linda, my brother got back to me and I left the information on your profile.




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      Linda L wrote Apr 24, 2014
    • Thank you Cynthia for checking w/ your brother and leaving the info on my profile. I will purchase the powdered kind and try to get someone to do it.

      I was told by my brother’s friend who removed the heavy layer of moss on my blacktop w/ a water pressure that water pressure is not recommended for the roof because my roof is weak and water would damage it.  

      Tulip, yes in Washington state moss grows on our roof and it can look pretty bad.




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      Marya1961 wrote Apr 26, 2014
    • That sounds like a lot of upkeep, Linda, hope that gets resolved quickly.

      Thank God with the horrible allergies I have to molds that I don’t live there, or hub would be looking for a new job.ohhhh




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      Tuliplady wrote Apr 26, 2014
    • Wow, I knew Washington state was wet, but I had no idea.  We so rarely see moss here that I never think of it as something that would be a problem.  I learn something new every day.




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      Cynthia Schmidt wrote Apr 27, 2014
    • When I lived in Sequim, Washington, the mold was horrible. Everyone says it’s the driest part of western Washington but I lived by the water so that didn’t apply to me. The mold can be pretty damaging, too.




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