21 Feb February 21, 2016

Why not just buy some of the DIY products I saw online and clean my roof myself?

Clayton Keller 0 Roof Cleaning

 

Let’s compare using Shingle Brite Roof and Siding Cleaning cleaning to you cleaning your roof with these DIY products to see which makes more sense. The cost to have a 2000 sf home, including garage, by Shingle Brite is approximately $450-$550. On average, about 75 gallons of solution will be used to treat the shingles. The most popular DIY product claims to make 6 gallons (of a much less effective solution) for $34.95 plus tax. That makes the cost of their 75 gallons to be a bit over $450.

When Shingle Brite Roof and Siding Cleaning cleans your roof all you have to do is nothing. You don’t even need to be home. When you clean your roof all you have to do is climb up and down from your roof 38 times carrying your 2 gallon pump up sprayer. Then all you have to do is walk all over your entire roof, including up by the peak, saturating it with the solution while pumping up the sprayer an estimated 1100 times. You will need to mix 38 batches and dispose of jugs, get out and put up hose, ladder, pump sprayer, etc. This whole process shouldn’t take you more than one entire weekend.

When Shingle Brite Roof and Siding Cleaning cleans your roof it will look fantastic when we leave. When you clean your roof it will look about the same as it did when you started, but over the next several weeks and months it will start to look better until eventually it looks ok, maybe even pretty good.

When Shingle Brite Roof and Siding Cleaning cleans your roof, you do nothing, spend same or less money and have great looking roof immediately. Seems like the easy choice, doesn’t it? 🙂

 

 

 

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