Moss Removal Services Kent
Professional Moss Removal Services in Kent
One of the most common contaminants on properties is moss. It causes havoc on exterior surfaces such as Driveways, Patios, Pathways, Decking & Pavements. Often, it grows over roofs and can cause leaks that lead to mould growth inside walls and affect the structural integrity of a property. Moss is commonly found on the following building materials:
Resin bound surfaces
We use professional industrial grade equipment to remove and eliminate contaminants such as Moss. We also possess the necessary experience and knowledge required to treat contaminated areas with a biocide, to prevent regrowth, if necessary or desired.
Along with Moss removal, we also specialise in the removal and treatment of Algae, Lichen & Blackspot. So, if your drive, patio, path, decking or roof is contaminated with organic growth, get in touch to discuss removing any of the following:
Not only will we remove the Moss, Algae, Lichen or Blackspots we will also transform the area by the time we are finished. We provide free no obligation quotes and are fully insured.
Moss removed from Tarmac Driveway
Lichen removed from Tarmac Pathway
Algae removed from Paving Slabs
Blackspot removed from Block Paving
Note, no chemicals were used. We always endeavour to provide chemical free, environmentally friendly alternatives before resorting to chemical intervention. We are in the business of ensuring we operate in the most eco friendly manner as is possible.
We serve the whole of Kent including Ashford, Canterbury, Dartford, Dover, Gravesham, Maidstone, Medway, Sevenoaks, Swale, Thanet, Tonbridge, Tunbridge Wells & Bexley.
Is it worth removing moss from roof?
Unequivocally - Yes! Not, only is it worth removing, is also essential to do so. Moss can cause a lot of problems for your properties roof, including cracked tiles, leaks and damages to the roof structure. Therefore, moss should always be removed at the earliest opportunity to prevent costly repairs.
Moss is one of the most pesky problems roofs suffer from, but if you clean it off properly and also clean areas where moss hasn't yet grown, you'll be taking the best steps towards protecting your roof from potential damage. Applying a biocide also helps to prevent regrowth.