Pressure Washing Hallandale

With South Florida's intense heat, humidity and heavy rains, keeping your roof clean is a never ending challenge. Hallandale property owners’ are used to seeing those ugly black roof streaks and dirty roof appearance. In addition to these two issues, the pressure of locating a reputable pressure cleaner with competitive prices and speedy results will certainly add to the stress of owning your very own Hallandale home sweet home.

For your roof cleaning and pressure washing needs in Hallandale Florida, look no further than Roof Treatment, Inc.  Our customers have made us one of the busiest roof cleaners and pressure washers in Broward County Florida.  Our chemicals will clean and restore roofs to their original condition. This pressure cleaning solution will make the roof look “like new”. The product is organic, environmentally friendly, biodegradable, and safe for use around pets, children, swimming pools, and plants.

Because many "competitors" lack our roof cleaning equipment, knowledge, training, and experience, they sometimes apply a dangerously strong chemical solution. They can dissolve the asphalt and tar on your roof, shortening the life of your shingles and voiding the roof's warranty. Products containing sodium percarbonate (oxygenated bleach) are ineffective and will not remove streaks without pressure.

We have had to go behind many competitors who use roof chemicals NOT approved by the ARMA or roof shingle manufacturers or use no chemicals and pressure wash or rinse their customer's roofs, which start growing mold and streaks in less than a year.

We guarantee our roof pressure washing will outlast our competitors! Call today to find out about our 2 year unconditional guarantee. Join your Hallandale neighbors and be proud of the new look of your homes roof.

Hallandale Beach, like most of Broward County, had no permanent European-descended population until the end of the 19th century. Native Americans (Seminole Indians), in settlements that lay inland of the Atlantic shore, hunted in the area and gathered coontie roots to produce arrowroot starch.