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To remove small amounts of moss from a roof, use a brush or broom to gently scrub the moss off the shingles. Cut branches that reach over the roof to help prevent the moss from reappearing. More »

Options for effective organic moss removal include using vinegar, baking soda or Dawn Ultra dish detergent. These products do not cause problems in streams due to runoff water and do not stain surfaces like those contain... More »

Some effective roof cleaning methods include spraying the roof with a mixture of hot water, bleach and detergent along with using lye cleaners or using noncorrosive cleaners. Installing copper or zinc strips near the roo... More »

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Remove moss from a roof using a brush to scrub it away. Then, follow with a bleach and water spray treatment on the roof to kill any remaining moss or algae, and add a 6-inch copper strip under the top row of shingles, t... More »

Remove moss from the roof with a long-handled scrub brush, a mixture of bleach and water, or a commercial roof cleaner. Another common method is to use a power washer, but this is not recommended, as it can damage the sh... More »

To clean moss stains from an asphalt shingle roof, use a brush to scrape the moss off of the shingles, and then spray the roof with a mixture of half water and half bleach. Avoid using a pressure washer to apply the mixt... More »

To install roll roofing, first remove dirt and debris from the roof with a broom, place the roofing in the sunlight, and allow it to warm up for about two hours. Use chalk and a tape measure or level to mark straight lin... More »