Roof Cleaning, Kentuckiana

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Protect your roof’s lifespan with our superior roof cleaning methods.

The roof of your home is one of its most important structural elements. It protects the rest of your home from rain, wind, and other outdoor factors. It also receives the bulk of the UV radiation from the sun and must stand up to water and wind frequently. Your roof is also likely to have buildup of organic material from nearby trees. This buildup encourages the growth of microorganisms like mold, mildew, algae, and bacteria. Not only can these microorganisms cause unsightly stains on your roofing, but they can also actually start to damage the surface over time.

Roof Cleaning in Kentuckiana

At Lily’s SoftWash, we are passionate about bringing the best possible cleaning methods to property owners in Kentuckiana. From roof cleaning to driveways and fences, our SoftWash certified team can safely and effectively clean most exterior surfaces with confidence. Traditional pressure washing uses a lot of high-pressure water. This pressurized water can actually damage surfaces even more.

Instead of relying on water pressure to remove buildup, we use a safe, effective, water-based biodegradable cleaning solution that emulsifies dirt and grime and neutralizes microorganisms. It is environmentally friendly and is safe for your landscaping and your pets. We are also able to use about one-third of the amount of water needed for pressure washing. Even better – the results last longer. Generally, soft washing roofing cleaning results last four to six times longer than those you could get from traditional pressure washing.

Protect your roof’s lifespan with our superior roof cleaning methods. Call today to schedule a free estimate or if you have any additional questions.


At Lily’s SoftWash, we offer roof cleaning services in Kentuckiana, including Louisville, Prospect, Goshen, Crestwood, Simpsonville, Shelbyville, and La Grange, Kentucky, as well as Clarksville, Jeffersonville, New Albany, Georgetown, Floyds Knobs, Sellersburg, Corydon, New Salisbury, Charlestown, and Greenville, Indiana.