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Roof Surfaces

Iron Colorbond Roofs

Iron/colorbond Roofs are very common to have moss grow on them and if left untreated can create an eye sore for the roof surface. Colorbond roofs can get some thick build up over the years and can cause damage to the surface.

Moss Roof Treatment is perfect for Iron/colorbond roofs as it eliminates issues that high pressure cleaning can cause.

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Pre-Application Preparation

SWMS to be filled in by tradesmen


Trailer/Unit to be parked in driveway or safe suitable location


Tradesmen to set up safe work area – ladders, signage and block off areas


Tradesmen to discuss water access and diverting water tanks if required


Water Tanks to be diverted as a precaution by tradesmen or organised before tradesmen arrives at worksite


Tradesmen to set ladders and secure them


Tradesmen to speak to neighbours about work being conducted and discuss any concerns


Customer to move pot plants undercover to avoid overspray, tradesmen can also do this if required


Customer to organise covering valued plants and vegie gardens or organise with tradesmen to do so


Customer to move cars out of driveway/away from spraying to avoid overspray


Customer to secure pets away from working tradesmen


Tradesmen to wear appropriate Personal Protective Equipment


Tradesmen to check for powerlines


Work can now be commenced

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Divert Water Tanks
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Safe Working Area
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Access to Water Required
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Prepare Machine
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PPE Worn
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Cover up plants
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Fill up with MRT solution
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Secure pets from area

Application

Tradesmen to apply Moss Treatment to areas specified in quote


Saturate green moss, black mould & yellow lichen


Tradesmen to take photos of MRT being applied for customer online system


Tradesmen to avoid roof access and apply from specialised ladders


Avoid walking on roof (putting dints in roof sheets etc.)

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Saturate Moss with Treatment
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Apply to Roof Accessories
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Apply to Solar Panels

Post-Application

Tradesmen to wash down plants where overspray may have occurred as a precaution


Tradesmen to speak to customer - discuss what to look for – colour change in moss


Water tanks to be left diverted for 6-8 weeks or after 4-6mm of rainfall has occurred


Tradesmen to put up job sign


Tradesmen to upload images to online system for customer to view

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Wash Down Plants
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Put Up Job Sign

What To Look For After Application

2-3 weeks colour change from green to brown/yellow


Moss on ground coming off roof


North facing sides clean quicker than south facing sides


Moss moving down the tiles – piling in areas


First 6 months you will notice little changes on roof


12-18 months is where most of the changes are noticed

- Areas that are more exposed to wind and rain will clean quicker

- Sheltered areas will be dead, but may take longer to be dislodged by the wind and rain


Dead moss will crumble into dust and when washed away it will keep the gutters clean in normal rainfall

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Dead Moss
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Yellowing Moss
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Shifting Moss
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Crumbling Moss

Moss Roof Treatment is the soft solution for cleaning Iron Colorbond roofs

Iron Colorbond Moss Roof Treatment Application

Before And After Iron Application

Before

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Application Completed 11-08-2017

After

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12 Months Later

Before

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Application Completed 21-09-2018

After

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10 Months Later

Moss Roof Treatment is for those who just want to keep their roof clean!