Moss is everywhere in the Northwest. In your yard, sprouting from the cracks in your driveway, greenin’ up your roof. So why is this a bad thing? 


Moss in your yard or on a tree is awesome. Moss-some, even. Moss on your roof? Not so much. Moss establishes a rootlike network in your roof shingles, which pushes the shingles upward and can let in moisture, mold and other bacteria that will quickly damage a roof. Moss destroys roofs very quickly, leading to costly repairs and/or replacements. Which is pretty much the opposite of moss-some.

Keep the moss invasion at bay. Our solution is safe for your roof and the environment and will keep your roof free of moss.