Had a great day

#1

Just did my first real paid job. Last one was a friend’s house, only paid $50.
This one was not great either, but I was very satisfied and excited.
House washing came out great.
But the customer was a little worried about the roof when I told her that the moss will die, dry and fall off with heavy rain.
The roof condition was not that bad, had some moss. Treated with 4-5%. Looking good to me.
Please tell me the roof will turn out great.:grin::grin:

![40%20PM|690x255](upload://3KiUb5vuDE6HlYrlAfzu9YcqKAQ. jpeg)

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#2

I have a stupid question, having never done a roof. Did you have to use a ladder to reach to the top?

#3

Yes. I have a ground gun holding the ladder for me. In some cases, I would stand on a relatively flat part of the roof.

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#4

@98crystal

Did you say the roof “wasn’t bad”? HeII I’d burn my house or just move out of shame if my roof looked like that! Must be quite a different climate than Arkansas :rofl:

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#5

It doesn’t look like your mix was strong enough for the roof. How long after application was the picture taken. Could be a regional difference but the lichens around here turn a little bit lighter when you apply roof mix.

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#6

Looks alittle dark to me too but looks died. How long did you let it sit before taking the picture.

#7

welcome to Pacific Northwest.

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#8

Should have gone half-half…
Took the pictures at least three hours after application, after we finished the whole house, deck, driveway, and walkway.

#9

Hope you clarified it may take a few months for all that to come off.

#10

I always rinse…it’s reflected on the price and customer sees immediate results.

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#11

How long would you wait to rinse it please?

#12

From what I’ve seen on roof cleaning, most of the growth turns white as it begins to die (shortly after the job is complete).