Anti Moss Treatment:

Moss on thatched roof, with mushrooms

Over the years a thatched roof goes through wear and tear. In addition moss, trees and sometimes even mushrooms could grow on a roof. This all depends on the location of the roof and the climate.

To reduce the risk of moss and growing on your roof, we can treat your roof with moss inhibitor treatment. While it will not prevent moss from growing, it can significantly reduce the amount of moss and the speed of growth on your roof.

The treatment is best done once a year. According to product specification the treatment should be done either in April or September.

The product itself causes an unfavorable climate vor moss, in the quantities we use it is completely harmless to humans and animals as well as the environment and garden plants.

Anti Moss Treatment
Anti Moss Treatment

The treatment is done by spraying the roof with a moss inhibitor. This treatment is sprayed on the roof and then dries up and leaves a film on the thatch, thereby reducing the amount of growth. After a year the film has desolved and needs to be reaplied.

Depending on the age of the roof and the amount of moss, the roof might need to be cleaned first.

In case you have any questions feel free to contact us for more information and details.