Mildew

Recognized by its powdery consistency, mildew  typically grows in warm, humid and rainy environments. It is most commonly found the roofs with poor drainage or when trees hang over  the roof line, green, black, red, or pink in color, mildew is a fast spreader.

WHAT CAN BE DONE TO PREVENT ROOF ROT

Mold, mildew , oat and algae spores exist in the air, but they won’t start growing on your roof if the right living environment isn’t there. The best way to spot and treat roof mold and mildew and roof most and algae problems before they grow out of control is through biannual roof inspection (Contact us )to schedule your inspection today. Often times, roof fungus can enter a home through a hidden roof leak, water draining off the roof seeps into the interior of a structure , creating an environment where black mold or mildew can from . Only a professional roofing inspection will reveal this problem.

  • Trim away any trees touching your roofs to prevent algae from growing.
  • Keep your gutters clean so moisture properly drain trough them, preventing moss, mold and mildew.
  • If you live in weather conditions that foster algae,mold,Mildew and moss growth, consider paying,more for roofingmaterials of techniques that resist their growth. It will be worth the few extra dollars in the long run.
  • Improve your ventilation inside and out. For your roof ,ridge vents provide the utmost aeration, Contact us for moreinformation about roof ridge vents

Proper care and maintenance is essential for the long term performance of your roof. A roof inspection, especially after a storm, is a major component to proper roof maintenance . Job Done Right LLC has comprehensive storm damage service, including storm damage roof inspections. With out biannual roof inspections and storm damage inspection, you can rest easy knowing you’re doing all you can to prevent your roof from becoming a host for fungus and other harmful organic substance.