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Health & Heating: 4 Personal Advantages of Using Radiant Heat Flooring

Posted by on Jul 28, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Health & Heating: 4 Personal Advantages of Using Radiant Heat Flooring

Choosing a heating option for your home comes with several factors including costs, efficiency, and the environmental impact. Another huge factor that should be made in your home heating decision is health. The type of heating that you choose for your home can have an impact on your health, both negatively and positively. As you seek health benefits with your heating solution, one of the best options is radiant heat flooring. The flooring technology distributes heat through water tubes or electrical wires that are placed underneath your flooring. This type of heat can be added to nearly any room in the home and comes with multiple health advantages over other heating options. Skin Health When using an alternative heating option like baseboard heaters or duct heaters, the air in your home can quickly dry out. This can result in dry and scaly skin throughout all of the winter months. Instead of dealing with dry skin, you can choose a radiant heat option that will not dry the air out. The air is not as impacted through radiant heat flooring. The radiant heat starts at ground level and makes it way upward without a large impact on the natural humidity in the room. This can make a huge difference through the long winter months and through any skin ailments that you may suffer through during dry season weather. Allergies Forced-air heating doesn’t just provide warmth to a home, it can also carry dust and particles through the air. For someone with allergies, this can create major problems during the winter months. With windows and doors constantly being shut, the air quality in your home is important for your health. The use of radiant heat flooring doesn’t require any ducts or an impact on the dust and particles that are present in the air. If you suffer from allergies, this can make a big difference on your ability to breathe properly and enjoy the everyday moments within your home. Along with small particles, the use of radiant heat can also prevent things like animal hairs from getting blown into the air. Immune System As winter approaches, so does flu season. When colds attack, it’s important to have a strong immune system that can fight off the different ailments in our body. One way to help your immune system is to constantly have warm feet. Studies have shown that cold feet can lower your immune system and make you more prone to catching different diseases. Radiant heat flooring can directly help your immune system because it applies heat directly to your feet. When the flooring is installed in your bedroom, it’s nice to get out of bed and step on flooring that is already warm. When enjoying the comfort of your living room, you can walk around barefoot and still feel the warmth that comes up through the floor. Sleeping & Body Rest Traditional home heating can be very loud and disruptive. In the middle of the night, the sound of a furnace kicking on may wake you up from your sleep and cause disturbances. The same can be set for baseboard heaters that click and creek or vents that turn on to blow air through. All of these noises can disturb your sleep. Radiant floor heating is an ideal solution because...

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How to Read a Crane Load Chart to Improve Safetly Levels on Your Job Site

Posted by on Jul 28, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on How to Read a Crane Load Chart to Improve Safetly Levels on Your Job Site

As a construction worker, there is a good chance you will be on a large job site with a crane at one time or another. This piece of heavy equipment is often rented in times of need, because most construction businesses don’t have a place to store a gigantic crane when not in use. Many construction companies also do not regularly employ specialty crane operators when they don’t have a crane on the job site, because of their high salaries. You and the other workers may not know a lot about cranes because they are not a regular fixture on the job site. Because of this lack of crane expertise on your team, it is a good idea for you to learn how to read a crane load chart so you can be as safe as possible. This is especially important if you are loading items onto the crane hoist, or working within close proximity to the crane. In a nutshell, every crane has a load chart that specifies its capabilities. The chart will tell you about the crane’s features and lift capacities for various distances and angles. It is imperative that you review a crane’s lift chart before you rent a crane so you can ensure that particular crane can handle the job. If the crane is overloaded, it becomes a major safety hazard. Keep reading to learn what you need to understand in order to read a crane load chart. 1. Lift Capacity You will see a legend at the top of the load chart. This tells you what the crane ratings are when using different counterweights and with the outriggers extended to different lengths. This chart helps you graph out the specific lift you’ll need for the crane in order to accomplish the task at hand. On the left axis is a “ft.” indicator, which represents the distance from the center pin to the center of the load being carried by the crane. This is also called the “radius.” 2. Weight & Dimensions Often the most prevalent section of a load chart is the area that provides weight and dimension information. You can find steering dimensions, transport weight limits, and data for operating the crane with the outriggers extended. This information is very important if you are going to operate the crane in a confined space. You will also find information on the type of trailer is needed to transport the crane, if it’s not on wheels. This section will list any permits, if needed, to get the crane to the job site. When reading the weight and dimensions, it will be on a chart, with the gross vehicle weight on the top axis. You will also see 2 columns that will tell you the maximum weight load for each axle, which is dependent upon whether there are additional accessories loaded onto the crane or not. Be advised that the maximum capacity listed on a lift chart is always measured by the shortest lift, which is typically over the rear end of the crane, and with fully-extended outriggers. 3. Lift Angle This area of a crane load chart lets you know what the maximum lift is if a fixed or luffing jib is used. The higher the lift is, the lesser the load capacity will be. Luffing jibs can...

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Materials For Your New Home To Keep Your House Cool

Posted by on Jun 22, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Materials For Your New Home To Keep Your House Cool

If you are in the market for a new home and you want the perfect abode to raise your family, then it may be wise to work with a home builder who can create the dream home for you. If you want your home built in Phoenix, Las Vegas, Dallas, Miami, Orlando, Memphis or another city that regularly sees summer temperatures in the 80s and 90s, then you should make sure that your home is one that is built to reduce heat gain. Keep reading to learn about a few essential things that you should discuss with your home builder to make sure your house is a cool home. Choose The Right Insulation One of the easiest ways to ensure that your home remains cool in the summer is to make sure that hot air cannot enter through small openings in the walls. To keep the house cool, choose a material that will fully insulate all of the areas of your home. For the best insulation, pick a material with a high R-value. This value indicates the ability of the material to resist the flow of heat. The higher the value, the better the material is at insulating your home. The material with the highest R-value is solid foam. Most types of this foam have an R-value between 3.6 and 8.0 per inch. Of all the foams that are available, polyisocyanurate and polyurethane have the highest R-values that range up to 8.0. Polyisocyanurate and polyurethane foam both work best when installed in between the studs of the walls. This makes them a perfect choice if you are working with a home builder. Both the foams are likely to be quite a bit more expensive than traditional types of insulation like fiberglass and cotton batting. However, it can substantially reduce your cooling costs. The foam materials are closed-cell foams that are more dense than open-cell varieties like polystyrene. This helps with the insulating properties of the foam. However, if you are trying to reduce your costs, then open-cell polystyrene is also a good insulation choice. Make sure you speak with your home builder about the use of solid foam insulation before home building begins, so sheets of the material can be slipped into the walls well before drywall is secured. Pick Out A Cool Roof The roof you choose during the planning and building process is one of the most important decisions you can make when it comes to reducing thermal heat transfer into your home. When picking out a roof, you will want a cool roof. A cool roof is one with a high solar reflectance and also a high thermal emittance. High solar reflectance means that the material reflects the sun’s UV rays so the roof stays cooler during the summer months. Thermal emittance refers to the roof’s ability to reflect infrared light. In general, roofs that have a steep slope are more able to resist thermal heat transfer. Speak with your home builder about a steep sloping roof as your home is being designed.  You will also want to opt for a steel roof in a light color once the pitch and roof style is worked out. These roofs will offer the best solar reflectance. If you do not like the look of a traditional steel roof, then choose one that is textured. Steel roofing...

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Why You Need Construction Fencing for Your HOA Pool Project

Posted by on May 10, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Why You Need Construction Fencing for Your HOA Pool Project

An HOA swimming pool not only serves to bring a community together so they have an opportunity to socialize and create camaraderie, but it also helps increase property values and optimize interest in potential buyers. It can take several weeks to have your HOA swimming pool constructed, so it’s important to incorporate temporary fencing around the pool construction area. There are a variety of benefits that come with utilizing construction fencing while having your HOA swimming pool built. The following are just a few: 1. Protection for Passersby Because people tend to be naturally curious, without a divider between your HOA pool-building project and some construction fencing, someone could get hurt when walking by too closely to the project area or accidentally stepping or falling on tools that are sharp and dangerous. By installing a construction fence around your HOA swimming pool project, passersby won’t have to face these dangers as they walk by the area. Furthermore, kids won’t be able to fall into the hole that is being dug for the pool, and people or pets won’t be able to leave any lasting marks on the concrete that’s been poured to create the swimming pool. 2. Overall Efficiency You can help the construction workers who are building your HOA swimming pool optimize time management as well as cut down on distractions by installing a temporary construction fence around your HOA pool project area. With a construction fence in place, you can can enter the project area and immediately identify which workers should be on the job. And project managers can ensure that their workers are doing what they are supposed to be doing at any given time. The extra privacy your construction fencing gives workers will also offer them a comfortable, private, and safe place to spend their time eating lunch and taking breaks. 3. An Opportunity for Advertising By putting up construction fencing around your swimming pool project, you can take the opportunity to advertise the services and special sales opportunities your HOA team happens to be offering at the time of construction. Any move-in and purchase perks that are available, discounts for things such as lawn care, and swimming pool membership opportunities can be featured on banners along your temporary construction fencing. The construction company that is working for you may also want to advertise their services in exchange for a discount on your swimming pool construction project. 4. The Containment of Garbage The truth is that construction sites can get pretty grubby and dirty, especially when it comes to digging up earth in order to build a community swimming pool. A temporary construction fence should help keep the dirt and grime inside the construction area and ensure that tools and garbage don’t get make their way into the public areas of your community so that your residents aren’t forced to deal with it. It’s important to insist that your contractor incorporates a dumpster into the construction site for the duration of the project in order to make sure that no debris or garbage makes it way to community sites that are already established. The dumpster can be used to get rid of everything from nails and concrete forms to lunch plates and other personal items that the construction crew accumulates throughout the day. You’ll find...

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How To Keep Your Aluminum Siding Looking Great And Long-Lasting

Posted by on Apr 11, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on How To Keep Your Aluminum Siding Looking Great And Long-Lasting

Aluminum siding first began to be used for covering home exteriors in the 1940s and continued to be used through the 1970s. Because producing aluminum siding used a lot of energy and raw materials, its production and use began to decline in the 1970s. Despite this decline in use, aluminum siding is one of the most common types of siding you will find on homes today, so you may have it on your own home. Your aluminum siding is long-lasting and can last from 40 years to the life of your home. However, it should still be maintained well. Here are some cleaning and maintenance tips to help you keep your aluminum siding looking great and lasting as long as possible. Wash Siding to Maintain and Prepare for Painting One of the benefits of aluminum siding is that it does not corrode into an orange-brown rust. Although, over time, your aluminum siding can oxidize and corrode in the sun as a chalky white film forms over its surface. For this reason, it is a good idea to clean your aluminum siding each year to remove and prevent oxidation build-up, and remove any dirt and debris.  It is also recommended to repaint your aluminum siding every five to ten years to keep it maintained. If your siding is in need of a new coat of paint, be sure to remove any oxidization from its surface so the new paint can adhere onto the siding’s surface. You can do this using a pressure washer, or your garden hose, a nozzle sprayer attachment, and a nylon bristled cleaning brush. You will also need an acidic cleaning solution to remove the layer of oxidation.  Make An Acidic Cleaning Solution Make your own acidic cleaning solution by mixing equal parts white vinegar and water in a cleaning bucket. The acid solution removes the chalky-oxidation build-up and is also a good way to clean off any mold and mildew growth on your siding. Be careful not to spray the solution on any of your outdoor vegetation as it will kill it. If this occurs, wash off any sprayed vegetation with clean water as soon as possible. Prepare and Wash Your Siding First, close any windows and screen doors on your home before rinsing your aluminum siding. Spray the exterior of your aluminum siding beginning at the top and working your way down. This is to remove any dirt and other debris particles.  If you are using a power washer for this step, make sure to use a 15 degree washer nozzle so you don’t damage your siding. If you spray the aluminum siding with too much force, it can leave dents in the siding you won’t be able to remove. Also, don’t spray the pressure washer at an angle, but always spray it straight on. Spraying at an angle can force water under the siding where it will become trapped and cause moisture damage, mold, and mildew.  Remove the Oxidation If you are using a power washer, spray the acid solution onto your siding using a low-pressure tip, then scrub off the aluminum oxidation with a long-handled nylon brush. Work in sections as you spray on the acid solution and scrub with the brush so the solution doesn’t have a chance to dry on the siding. If you do not have a pressure washer, dip your brush into the acid solution...

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Bathroom Accessories You Need To Create A Dog Washing Station In Your Bathoom

Posted by on Mar 28, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Bathroom Accessories You Need To Create A Dog Washing Station In Your Bathoom

Dog washing can be difficult, but with a dedicated doggy washing area, the task gets a bit easier. Thinking about adding a washing station to your bathroom? You just need the right accessories. Take a look at these ideas: 1. Dog Friendly Tubs and Showers There are a range of customized showers and tubs that make washing dogs easier. Ultimately, your choice depends on the size of your dog and his preferences as well as the space available in your bathroom, but popular options include walk-in tubs, elevated tubs and showers. Walk-in tubs aren’t just for people who need help stepping over the side of a tub; they also work for dogs. You simply open the door, let your dog enter, close the door and start filling the tub. This is a great option for large dogs who are too heavy too lift into a tub. If your dog is small, you can easily lift him into the tub, but then, you have to bend over it to clean him. To save your back from the strain, consider looking at elevated dog tubs — a contactor can help you put the tub at a level that is convenient for you to stand at. If your dog prefers showering to bathing, you need a doggy shower. This is a simple stall enclosure similar to a human shower but with a few modifications to meet the needs of your dog. In most cases, these showers don’t have doors or curtains so you can reach your dog while standing outside the shower, but they can be fitted with a gate if you need to prevent your dog from running off. 2. Detachable Shower Head Whether you opt for a shower, a walk-in tub, an elevated tub or another type of washing station for your dog, it needs to have a detachable shower head with it. Dogs do not respond well to getting water in their ears or around their heads in general, and as a result, you need to be able to accurately control the steam of water hitting your dog. So that you can customize your dog’s bathing experience, consider choosing a shower head with adjustable water pressure controls and massaging elements. You may also want on-off controls on the shower head. That allows you to shut off the water while you soap up your dog, without having to reach around him to access the regular shower controls. 3. Hair Filter Over Drain Dog hair is an inevitability when you’re bathing a dog. Unfortunately, if it goes down the drain, it can cause a lot of stubborn clogs. Stop hair in its tracks with a hair filter over the drain in your doggy tub. Make sure that it’s easy to remove so that you can just lift it out and pull off the hairs as needed. This is a small bathroom accessory, but it can make a big difference in the long run. 4. Waterproof Flooring and Walls Bathroom flooring always needs to have water resistance, but if you’re bathing a dog in your bathroom on a regular basis, that room needs to be as waterproof as possible. For example, wood flooring works fine in situations where a lot of water doesn’t get on the floor, but it won’t stand up well to the...

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4 Ways To Prevent A Septic Tank Backup From Ruining Your Backyard Wedding

Posted by on Feb 19, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on 4 Ways To Prevent A Septic Tank Backup From Ruining Your Backyard Wedding

When you’re planning a backyard wedding, you have more to worry about than just renting picnic tables and hiring a caterer. Without proper planning, your septic tank could backup during your wedding, which is an easy way to ruin your party! Here are four ways to prevent an embarrassing septic tank backup during your backyard wedding. Pump the tank before your wedding The recommended pumping schedule for your septic tank is based on the number of people that are using it and how much waste water is being sent to the tank. For example, if only two people are using a 2000-gallon septic tank, the tank may only need to be pumped ever 12.4 years. If 10 people are using that same tank, it will need to be pumped every two years. If one or two hundred people are using that same 2000-gallon septic tank, it’s easy to see how the tank could back up. To avoid a backup, pump your tank right before your wedding. Ideally, have the tank pumped the day before your guests arrive to ensure that you have the most space possible inside the tank. If the tank is already partially full when your guests arrive, the waste water they produce can overload the tank and the drainfield. Restrict water usage before your wedding All of the waste water that you produce—from your toilets, showers, sinks and water-using appliances—flows through your pipes and into your septic tank. Once inside the septic tank, the solid parts of your waste sink to the bottom, while the liquid waste leaves the tank. It flows into the drainfield, which is the soil around your septic tank. The drainfield’s job is to finish filtering and treating your waste water before the waste water re-joins the groundwater. The soil can only absorb a limited amount of water, and if it becomes oversaturated, your septic system won’t work properly. During your wedding, your toilets and sinks are going to be seeing a lot of action, and a lot of waste water will be produced. If your drainfield is already saturated with water before the party starts, it won’t be able to absorb the waste water produced by your guests, and the waste will flow back into your house. To avoid an embarrassing septic backup, restrict your water usage before your wedding to allow the drainfield to dry out. Take short showers, run your dishwasher infrequently, and avoid doing back-to-back loads of laundry. As long as you restrict water usage, your drainfield should be dry and ready for your party. Rent portable toilets If you’re planning to host a large wedding, consider renting portable toilets for your guests. Portable toilets will avoid the issue of septic tank backups entirely and allow you to enjoy your wedding without needing to worry about pumping your tank or cutting back on your water usage. Portable toilets are surprisingly inexpensive, especially when compared to the cost of a septic tank failure! Generally, it costs between $75 and $150 to rent a portable toilet for a one-day event, and you should have one portable toilet for every 50 guests. Keep your guests off of your drainfield For your drainfield to work properly, the soil also needs to be loose enough for water to flow through it. If the...

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What To Do If Your Water Heater Starts Leaking

Posted by on Feb 8, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on What To Do If Your Water Heater Starts Leaking

Whether it’s a few drops or a big stream of water, a leaking water heater is not a problem you want to ignore. Over time, leaks from water heaters can perpetuate mold growth, leading to health issues like asthma and allergies. The leak could also grow larger, causing extensive damage to your floors and walls. If you think your water heater is leaking, take care of the issue by following these steps. Step 1: Turn off the power. Water and electricity do not mix! Before you start assessing the problem, turn off the power to the hot water heater so you do not accidentally electrocute yourself. Turning the power off at the circuit breaker is usually the easiest option. If you have a gas hot water heater, you’re not in so much danger, but you should still turn the “on/off” dial to “off” to prevent burns while you’re inspecting the unit. Step 2: Make sure the water is not coming from elsewhere. Just because there is a pool of water at the base of your water heater does not necessarily mean the water is coming from the hot water heater itself. If there are windows nearby, make sure they are not letting in water, and that it’s not just collecting in the low point under your water heater. If you have pipes running across your ceiling, make sure you don’t see any water dripping from them. Step 3: Dry up the water, and observe the unit. Take some towels, and mop up any water that has leaked out. Then, watch what happens. Do you see additional water leaking from anywhere? Areas you should check include: The inlet pipe: Usually connected at the top of the unit, this pipe allows cold water into the unit and may begin leaking if it cracks or separates from the tank. The outlet pipe: Usually connected to the bottom of the unit, this pipe discharges warm water and may also crack. The pressure release valve: Located near the floor, this valve is designed to let water out if the tank becomes overfilled. Sometimes, the valve might loosen with age and start trickling water. The tank bottom: Years of contact with water can cause the inside of hot water tanks (especially older ones) to deteriorate. If you cannot water leaking from the inlet or outlet pipes or from the pressure release valve, it is probably leaking from the bottom of the tank. Step 4: Turn off the water supply. Once you find the source of the leak, turn off the water supply to the hot water tank so you don’t keep adding to the problem. If the issue is with the tank bottom, pressure release valve, or outlet pipe, water will keep leaking out until you empty the tank. So, go upstairs and run the hot water out of a faucet until no more comes out. You might still need a towel to soak up a few more drips that emerge from the tank. Step 5: Try some quick fixes yourself, or call the repair team. In most cases, a leaking hot water heater will require repair by a water heater repair professional. However, there are two cases in which you might be able to correct the issue yourself. If the pressure release valve is leaking,...

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What You Need To Know About Transplanting A Large Tree In Your Yard

Posted by on Jan 22, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on What You Need To Know About Transplanting A Large Tree In Your Yard

The trees in your yard provide numerous aesthetic and environmental benefits to your property. Sometimes it may be necessary to move established trees in order to make way for a house addition, expand a driveway or to provide the plant a better growing environment. Moving a large tree is no small feat, and you need to prepare properly and get the assistance of a licensed tree service to make sure you do not damage the plant or injure yourself during the transplanting process. Select a New Location It is crucial to select the right location before you move the tree. It must not interfere with existing plants or damage the landscape. You need to also make sure that there are no power lines, underground utilities or sewage pipes in the way. Take heed of the following guidelines when selecting a new location. Do not transplant the new tree near roof lines, house foundations and windows. Choose a spot that will enable the tree to get plenty of sunshine, and if possible, protection from wind. Avoid locations with soil that does not drain well or is poorly graded. If you live an area that gets a lot of snow, do not place the tree in an area that will interfere with winter snow removal. If you are worried about the soil quality of the new location, hire a tree service to perform a soil test and provide you with recommendations on how to amend the soil to make it more amendable for plant growth. Preparing the Tree for Removal A tree’s health at the time of removal can impact how it performs in the new location. Make sure the tree receives a deep watering in the days before the removal. Moist soil will make it easier for tree removal specialists to excavate the large plant from the ground. Moist soil will also help the tree’s root ball stay intact during a transplantation. You should also remove any low-hanging and damaged branches. If there are ornamentals near the tree that you want to save, make sure to transplant them a few days before the tree removal. In addition, clean your yard, remove any swing sets, yard equipment and debris so the tree removal contractors will not have any obstacles in their way. Moving the Tree The best time to move a tree is during the early spring or fall when it is not too hot outside. You also want to make sure that the ground is not frozen. Call a tree service to schedule a tree transplantation as early as possible. The spring and fall will be a busy time for tree service professionals so do not wait until the last minute. Calling in advance will also give you time to apply for a permit if you need permission from your city government to transplant a large tree. Furthermore, some municipalities have special rules for moving certain species of trees. Be prepared to park on the street during a tree removal as workers will need to navigate heavy duty equipment including truck-mounted hydraulic spades and even cranes to transplant the tree. Taking Care of the Tree After the Move Once your tree is in its new location, make sure that you water it on regular basis. However, be careful not to...

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Frequently Asked Questions About Algae On A Roof

Posted by on Dec 28, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Frequently Asked Questions About Algae On A Roof

If you look at your roof and see algae, you have many questions about where it came from, why it’s there, and how to best take care of the issue. Getting answers to the questions you have will better help you to understand why it is there and what action you need to take. Why is Algae on My Roof? When you first spot algae, you may ask yourself where it came from and why it is on your roof. Algae can form on your roof for a number of reasons. The most likely reason is that your roof is wet and leaves are gathering on your roof. This creates the perfect breeding ground for algae. Your roof may be wet from a recent rain, because you live in an area with high humidity levels, or because your roof is retaining moisture. Additionally, the type of roofing materials you place on a roof can affect whether you get algae or not. Algae is most likely to develop on wood shakes or asphalt shingles. It is less likely to develop on ceramic tiles or metal roofs. Should I Be Worried About Algae? When you spot algae on your roof, you will likely wonder if this is something you should be worried about, or something that is simply aesthetically unpleasing. When you spot algae, you should be concerned. Algae sucks the moisture out of your roofing materials in order to thrive and survive. And it spread quickly. This can leave your roofing materials dry and brittle, which can cause them to crack. As such, you want to remove the algae as soon as possible. Another downside to algae is that it can become heavy, especially when it rains. This puts additional stress on your roofs support beams and can damage them or cause your roof to cave in. How Can I Remove Algae Myself? The last question you may have when you see algae on your roof is how you can remove the algae yourself. Luckily, algae can be removed with a simple mixture of bleach and water. Mix equal parts bleach to water and then use a scrubbing brush to rub the mixture into the affected area on your roof. Continue scrubbing until the algae has lifted. From there, use a hose to rinse away the bleach mixture. If you are cleaning your roof with bleach, be aware that bleach can kill your plants and grass. As such, you may wish to cover these items with tarps before rinsing your roof. If you can’t cover them, soak them in water to reduce the chances of them absorbing the bleach. Additionally, you need to be aware of the fact that bleach can lighten certain types of wood shakes. If you do not wish to use bleach, there are commercially sold products that can kill and remove algae on wood. Once you have removed the algae from your roof, consider placing strips of copper or zinc along the peaks of your roof. When rain hits the copper or zinc, metal particles are spread throughout your roof. These particles can inhibit the growth of algae, which can prevent you from having this issue in the future. Algae can be damaging to your roof. However, getting answers to the questions you have will help...

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