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How To Keep Your Laserlight / Polycarbonate Cleaner For Longer

Treating Laserlight Sheets

Laserlight sheets are excellent for pergolas, verandas and garden sheds to light natural let in, however overtime they tend to attract moss and lichen growth. This limits light getting in and looks very unsightly. Using conventional pressure cleaning, you run the risk of damaging the laserlight by putting holes in it, thus having to be replaced.

Most homeowners think the only way to maintain the sheets is to high pressure clean or even to replace, which can be costly. By moss treating instead of pressure cleaning, we are able to kill the lichen which will break down and wash away.

Roof Issues

Moss & lichen growth can cause blockages on the overlap and prevent good water run off, which can lead to leaks. Moss Roof Treatment is a less expensive way to maintain the life of your sheets.

Soft Application & Prevents Regrowth

Moss Roof Treatment is perfect for laserlight roof surfaces due to its soft application that kills the moss and lichen, applied under medium pressure to fully treat the roof.

Moss Treatment Works Alongside Other Roof Works

Repairs to Laserlight / polycarbonate sheets is limited if it is cracked or has holes, replacement of the sheets is necessary, but if the roof is just mossy then treating is the softest option to prevent any damage.

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Benefits Of Moss Treating Laserlight / Polycarbonate

Soft Application of the moss treatment to the surface eliminates cracks and holes, ideal for the older style Laserlight sheets.

Kills moss spores, prevents new green regrowth.

Often hard to reach, our specialised equipment can reach even the most difficult roof designs.

Ideal for larger expanses like garages and work sheds.

Ideal for flat sheets, glass and domed shaped pergolas.

Helps let in light, especially on faded and older sheets.

Guaranteed for 3 years that no new growth will occur, most roofs generally last for 9-10 years before new growth can occur.

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Progressive Results After Moss Roof Treatment

What happens to moss after being moss treated:

Within the first 2-3 weeks the moss, mould & lichen changes to a yellow/brown colour signifying that it is dying/dead.

Slowly, more and more moss & lichen will begin to break down, wash away. From underneath looking up it may look the same, but in time you will notice it breaking down.

Having a flat pitch it may appear that nothing is happening quickly, but some good heavy downpours will help shift the dead moss and lichen.

Once the moss is dead and the sheets are free of lichen it will continue to break down any spores to keep the sheets clean

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Dying moss & spores
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Moss flaking & breaking down
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Black stain will be disappearing
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Moss crumbing away

Laserlight / Polycarbonate Moss Roof Treatment Application

Moss Removal Before & After Results

Before

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Application Completed 11-08-2017

After

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12 Months Later

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Application Completed 21-09-2018

After

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12 months later

Roof Repairs After Moss Treatment

Once moss treatment is completed, roof repairs can now be started, these include:

Replacement of rubber sealed screws if needed.

Plumbing works.

Replacement of sheets if some are damaged.

Emergency leaking roof repairs.

Replacement of gutters and downpipes.

Timber work on pergolas.

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Moss Roof Treatment is for those who just want to keep their roof clean!