Moss Removal Des Moines, IA

Whether it’s extending the life of your roof or improving the appearance of shingles, removing moss has substantial benefits. The basic idea is to create a liquid chlorine bleach and water cleaning solution, spray it all over your ceiling area, let it sit for 15-20 minutes, then rinse thoroughly with Low-pressure water. Sounds easy enough, right?

Although many people try to do this on their own, there is no guarantee that you will be able to remove all the moss from your roof. In fact, trying to do it yourself will often result in a clean, still mossy mosaic that potentially looks even less appealing than before.

Of course, it isn’t impossible to do it yourself, but to be absolutely sure that you have removed all the moss and the remaining solution that you do not want to leave on the roof. If you don’t want to do it alone, don’t worry, for our professionals will handle the job for you.


Cleaning gutters is an essential but often hated part of homeownership. It can be challenging and even dangerous to clean them yourself, and you aren’t even guaranteed to remove all the moss.

Moss buildup on the outside of gutters looks terrible, but it can also build up inside gutters and contribute to clogging. Clogged gutters cascade, often literally, with adverse effects on your home and even your landscape. If you try to clean the moss from your roof, where will it all sink? Directly to your sewers. So, unless you plan to spend the day, or more, cleaning your gutters, call in the professionals.


A pressure washer is hardly ever suitable for a roof. Asphalt shingles and other roofing materials can be damaged. However, moss doesn’t just grow on roofs. Along with mold, mildew, and other grime, moss can grow on other exterior surfaces like siding, especially along the underside of your home.

This is where pressure washing comes in. When our company undertakes a moss removal and cleaning job, we don’t just focus on your roof; we will ensure that your siding, windows, and driveways are also free of moss.


Moss is not only bad on surfaces you usually walk on; it can also be dangerous. It is much easier to slip and fall when walking on a mossy surface, especially when it is wet than when walking on a clean surface.

Eliminating moss from your hallways is one of the best ways to improve the safety of your home, not only for you or your family but also for the person delivering your mail, passing children, and even animals that cross your alley.

Luckily, the professionals here at Gutter Cleaning Des Moines, IA are ready to help you anytime!
Call us today and get a FREE quote.