Roof Cleaning by A&E is one of Towson, Maryland’s only RCIA certified roof cleaning contractors serving Central Pennsylvania and Northern Maryland. We offer safe, non pressure roof cleaning in Towson, Maryland that will remove the black streaks, lichen or moss from your shingles. In addition to our non pressure roof cleaning, we can perform a number of other exterior cleaning services including soft washing siding, gutter cleaning or clean out and power washing for your hard exterior surfaces such as concrete or asphalt. (you should never power wash your roof)
What causes dirty shingles in Towson, Maryland?
Black stains and streaks on asphalt shingles are caused by algae growth. The algae feed on the limestone that is used as filler in asphalt shingles. When it rains, the algae is spread, causing black streaks and stains. If these stains are left untreated, the black streaks will continue to grow causing lichen and finally growing into moss. When lichen and moss are allowed to grow, it will deteriorate the single due to the growth of a root system.
Just because you have dirty shingles in Towson, Maryland and Northern Maryland, doesn’t mean you need to repalce your roof. A roof replacement can cost thousands while our non pressure system can return your shingles to like new condition at a fraction of the cost.
Call Roof Cleaning by A&E to schedule your free estimate and demonstration (upon request). (717) 324-4208
About Towson, Maryland:
Towson is an unincorporated community and a census-designated place in Baltimore County, Maryland, United States. The population was 55,197 at the 2010 census. It is the county seat of Baltimore County and the second-most populated unincorporated county seat in the United States (after Ellicott City, Maryland).
Roof Cleaning by A&E was founded in 2008 by Eric Seitz, owner of A&E Painting, founded in 2003. As a contractor, Eric recognized a need for a way to remove black streaks, lichen and moss from existing roofs without the need to do a complete roof replacement saving the homeowner thousands of dollars.