One treatment to deal with all types if growth, and the issues these
bring. We apply specially-formulated chemical sprays to treat moss,
mould, and lichen, and the resulting issues they can cause. Saturating
the decramastic tiles by directly applying our low-pressure spray is an
incredibly efficient, low-disturbance, and cost-effective way to ensure all
growth is destroyed. This will extend the life of the underlying tiles, and is
the first step in preparing it for resealing or painting. You’ll have less chance
of leaks and mould inside your home. Not only that, your rooftop will come
back to life, and look much sharper!
Unwanted growth not only makes your decramastic
tiles look bad, but it can be extremely damaging.
Leaving the tiles untreated can start breaking down
coatings and sealants, which exposes the surface and
dramatically shortens the life of one of your property’s
most important assets, its roof. Once damaged, bringing
decramastic tiles back to life and effectively keeping
weather out can be near impossible. This may mean
a costly and highly disruptive re-roof. But with some
simple preventative maintenance, we can avoid that
and save you a big headache in the future.
We always pay close attention to the surroundings whenever we spray chemicals, and will consider any risks on site. While our skilled staff make sure there is very little overspray, we are extremely careful of animals such as birds or pets, water sources, plants and trees, and property boundaries. It’s really important to us that we thoroughly investigate any potential
risks, and address them if required – for example keeping pets indoors for a safe period, and covering water supplies. We are also Licensed Building Practitioners with over 40 years’ experience in roofing, treatments, and sprays. We hold Health & Safety Standards in the highest regard, and we are trained in Fall Arrest Systems to Unit Standards 15757 and 17600.
All it takes is one simple spray. Growth will soon die and break away on its
own. One treatment lasts up to three years, but most importantly, it has
a significant effect on the longevity of your roof, and diminishes the risk
of damage to your internal areas. Not only that but good maintenance is
really helpful for any insurance claims that may arise.