Mossy roof got you stressed out? Mother nature (in the PNW) can wreak havoc on your home. We know cleaning your roof can be exhausting, expensive and oftentimes very dangerous. Let us make it so you never have to worry about your roof cleaning again! Click here for a free estimate 

5 easy steps to a clean roof:

   1.) We start by scrubbing about 75-95% of any moss off your roof.
          » We use a wire brush on an extension pole. (We do not pressure wash!)
   2.) We then blow the loose moss and debris off the roof.
          » This loosens up the smaller moss and debris.
   3.) We clean the gutters and downspouts.
          » We make sure they are free flowing and functional.
   4.) We use a zinc based moss treatment on the entire roof.
          » This kills the remaining 25-5% of the moss. 
   5.) Lastly, we clean up our mess!
          » We often leave your lawn cleaner then when we got there.

We have found this (5) step process is the most aggressive on the moss and least aggressive on your roof.

  • Local (Auburn, WA)
  • Professionally Trained
  • 100% Tie-Off (Safety Gear)
  • Gentle on your roof
  • Bonded and Insured

When cleaning gutters, roofs, and even windows, safety is always a priority. We use leg levelers on our ladders to provide an extra level of security on uneven surfaces and stabilizer bars to prevent scratches and dents on your gutters. Our ladders will not rest on your gutters. We also provide our technicians with professional first-class training on state-of-the-art fall protection equipment. Click here for a free estimate cropped-site_icon3.png


Auburn, WA

Nestled in the verdant heart of King County, Washington, the city of Auburn embodies a captivating blend of rich heritage, natural beauty, and contemporary living. With its historical roots, scenic landscapes, and vibrant community, Auburn has emerged as a dynamic hub where the past, present, and future coalesce harmoniously.  Auburn’s history is steeped in significance, tracing its origins back to the 19th century when it was a bustling center for timber and agriculture. The White River Valley Museum stands as a testament to the city’s storied past, offering a glimpse into the lives of its early settlers and the evolution of its cultural tapestry.  Auburn’s cultural diversity is a defining feature that enriches its character. The city embraces a mosaic of traditions, cuisines, and festivities that reflect the vibrant communities that call it home. The annual Auburn International Farmers Market and the Auburn Days Festival celebrate this diversity, showcasing the unity that thrives amidst variety.  Enveloped by the stunning landscapes of the Pacific Northwest, Auburn boasts an array of natural treasures. The Green River meanders through the city, offering picturesque views and opportunities for outdoor recreation. Parks like Flaming Geyser State Park and the Soos Creek Botanical Garden provide sanctuaries for relaxation and exploration.  Auburn’s strong sense of community is palpable, as residents actively engage in local events, initiatives, and volunteer activities. The Auburn Community and Event Center serves as a hub for gatherings, fostering connections that strengthen the city’s fabric. The Auburn Community Players and the Auburn Symphony Orchestra contribute to the city’s cultural enrichment.  Auburn seamlessly blends its historical roots with modern amenities, ensuring residents enjoy a comfortable lifestyle. Shopping centers, healthcare facilities, and dining options cater to diverse needs. The city’s commitment to quality education is evident through its schools and programs that empower students for success.  Auburn takes pride in preserving its open spaces, ensuring residents have access to parks, trails, and recreational facilities. The Interurban Trail and Les Gove Park exemplify the city’s dedication to providing spaces for outdoor activities and community gatherings.  Auburn’s strategic location contributes to its economic vibrancy, attracting businesses and fostering growth. The city’s access to major transportation routes and proximity to urban centers like Seattle and Tacoma make it an ideal location for commerce and innovation.  Auburn serves as a gateway to a world of exploration. Residents can easily embark on adventures, from hiking in the nearby Cascade Mountains to exploring the vibrant cultural scene of neighboring cities. Auburn’s centrality offers an array of possibilities for discovery.  Auburn, WA, is a testament to the harmonious fusion of heritage, nature, and progress. Its historical depth, cultural diversity, and commitment to community create a vibrant tapestry that resonates with residents and visitors alike. Whether you’re immersing yourself in its history, basking in nature’s beauty, or embracing modern comforts, Auburn beckons you to become a part of its ongoing narrative—a place where the past and present intertwine, shaping a promising future.