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How to Remove Algae Stains from Shingles

Algae is actually pretty amazing because it is able to live on a variety of surfaces – including the asphalt shingles on your roof. If you see algae growing on your asphalt shingle roof or see black streaks, it is probably because the algae is eating the limestone filler which is typically found in these shingles. Luckily, the algae doesn’t harm the shingles, but it does look unpleasant.

Before you set about cleaning algae from asphalt shingles, you should read any warranty information about your shingles. Many shingle manufacturers will void the warranty if you use certain cleaning methods, such as a pressure washer. There is good reason for this: if you get too close to the shingles with the pressure washer, the high pressure could damage them.

Even if your roof shingles aren’t under warranty anymore, it is probably best to play it safe and not use a pressure washer. Instead, the best method is to get up on your roof with water and scrub brush or garden hose with a sprayer attachment.

What You Need to Clean Algae from Your Roof

To safely clean algae from your roof, you will need the following supplies:

 
When to Replace Your Asphalt Shingle Roof

Asphalt shingles are one of the most common roofing materials. They are affordable, fairly simple to install, and come in many different colors and styles. One of the other benefits of choosing asphalt shingles over the other types of roofing common materials is that they have a long lifespan. Most asphalt shingles can last up to 20 years, and there are some which can last 25 to 30 years. The lifespan of asphalt shingles can vary drastically though depending on the climate. In areas like Colorado where the summers are warm and winters are cold, asphalt shingles will be lucky to make it much past their guaranteed lifespan.

No matter what kind of asphalt shingles you have or how well they are taken care of, they will eventually need to be replaced. Since this is a big job, you will not want to do it if it is not completely necessary. Luckily, it is fairly simple to tell when an asphalt shingle roof needs to be replaced.

Look for Curling and Cuffing

As asphalt shingles age, they start to warp. You will be able to notice the edges of the shingles curling upwards or see cuffing in the shingles. This might be visible on just some or all of the shingles.
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Denver CO Roofing Contractors Failing To Provide Necessary Fall Safety Protection To Workers?

There has been some concern in the news lately about the safety of Denver area roofing companies. With a record number of falls being reported, it makes it more difficult and daunting to find a reputable roofing contractor. At A&H Roofing, we want to reiterate that safety comes first.

Co­owner Mike Aberle, says, “We have a very good safety program that includes annual safety meetings, job site checklists, random safety inspections and yearly provisions for safety equipment. We have regular safety meetings & strict guidelines for safety in the workplace.” All safety training is done through Lancaster Safety Consulting, a trusted source in safety consulting nationwide.

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Why Choose Vinyl Siding for Your Home

Vinyl doesn’t exactly have the best reputation as a material for siding as some “purists” will scoff at the idea of covering a home in what is essentially a type of plastic. Yet, despite this, vinyl has become the most popular type of siding for homes in the United States. Even compared to pricier siding options like wood and stone, there are many reasons why you should consider choosing vinyl siding for your home.

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A & H Roofing has been in business since February 1998, and we are proud to say we have over 30 years of experience in the roofing and gutter industry.

A & H Roofing has a no money down policy that means you pay upon completion, and only after you are 100% satisfied. We treat your home as if it were our own. We believe in doing things right and thus all replacements are backed by our 5 Year Workmanship Guarantee.