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 (Lacey, 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


Lacey, WA

Nestled in the heart of Thurston County, Washington, Lacey is a vibrant and rapidly growing city that seamlessly blends natural beauty, economic development, and a strong sense of community. With its stunning landscapes, diverse opportunities, and welcoming atmosphere, Lacey has become a place where residents and visitors can experience a harmonious balance between modernity and the great outdoors.  Lacey’s picturesque landscapes and abundant green spaces contribute to its reputation as a natural oasis. The city is surrounded by lush forests, serene lakes, and scenic trails that provide residents with opportunities for outdoor recreation and relaxation. The Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge is a haven for bird-watchers and nature enthusiasts, while Long Lake Park offers boating, fishing, and picnicking.  Lacey’s strategic location and strong local economy make it a hub of economic activity. The city is home to a diverse range of businesses, from tech startups to established industries. Its proximity to Olympia and Tacoma further contributes to its role as an economic center, providing residents with ample job opportunities and resources.  Lacey’s strong sense of community is evident in its numerous events, festivals, and local gatherings. Residents actively participate in neighborhood associations, volunteer initiatives, and civic engagement, fostering a spirit of togetherness. The annual Lacey Spring Fun Fair and the Lacey in Tune concert series exemplify the city’s commitment to creating spaces for residents to connect and celebrate.  Lacey places a high value on enhancing the quality of life for its residents. Well-maintained parks, recreational facilities, and public services contribute to a comfortable and enriching lifestyle. Woodland Creek Community Park and Rainier Vista Community Park provide spaces for family outings, sports, and community events.  Lacey celebrates its cultural diversity through a variety of events and activities that showcase the talents of its residents. Local art galleries, music performances, and cultural festivals contribute to the city’s vibrant tapestry. The Lacey Ethnic Celebration and Lacey Cultural Arts Foundation are prime examples of the city’s dedication to promoting cultural enrichment.  Lacey is committed to providing educational excellence for its residents. Local schools and educational programs offer a nurturing environment for students to thrive academically and personally. The city’s support for libraries and educational initiatives reflects its commitment to lifelong learning and personal growth.  Lacey’s geographical location allows residents to embrace an active outdoor lifestyle. From hiking and biking to water sports and camping, there’s no shortage of outdoor adventures to explore. The Chehalis Western Trail and Hicks Lake Loop Trail provide scenic routes for outdoor enthusiasts to enjoy.  While embracing its natural surroundings, Lacey also offers modern amenities that cater to residents’ needs. Access to healthcare, shopping centers, and entertainment venues ensures that residents enjoy convenience and comfort within their community.  Lacey’s central location offers easy access to nearby urban centers and outdoor destinations. Residents can embark on day trips to Olympia, Tacoma, or Mount Rainier for a wide range of experiences, from cultural exploration to outdoor escapades.  Lacey, WA, stands as a testament to the harmonious coexistence of nature, progress, and community. Its breathtaking landscapes, economic opportunities, and commitment to fostering connections create an environment where residents can truly thrive. Whether you’re immersing yourself in the great outdoors, exploring cultural events, or connecting with neighbors, Lacey welcomes you to be a part of its diverse and dynamic tapestry—a place where nature’s beauty and modern aspirations converge in perfect harmony.