How to remove moss from shingled roof?
Here's a few suggestions for you Ruthie! Please DO NOT use a power washer as it will take off important parts of your shingles!
You pretty much have to go up on the roof and carefully remove by hand without damaging the shingles. You can put Zink pellets up there or put a Zink flashing at ridge . This will help prevent moss for growing
The black mold-like stains and streaks that appear on roofs, particularly light-colored asphalt shingles, is actually a blue-green algae (Gloeocapsa magma). Commonly found in climates with warm, humid summers, it does no damage to the roofing, but it certainly does looks bad.
The less expensive solution is to spray wash the roof with a 50 percent mix of water and bleach to get rid of the algae. (No pressure washers, please. They're likely to damage the shingles.) Just be sure to wet your foundation plantings first, and rinse everything in clean water when you're done. Plants don't like bleach, and wetting them with plain water first protects them. You can also cover them with tarps or plastic sheeting, which will protect the soil around your plants as well. Make sure that you create a wide radius around your home to be safe.
Allow the solution to soak into the shingles for at least 15 minutes. If they are severely molded, you may want to give it a little longer. Next, rinse the shingles thoroughly with a garden hose at low pressure. Start from the top shingle and rinse downward to prevent water seepage.
To keep the algae from coming back, insert 6-inch-wide strips of zinc or copper under the row of shingling closest to the roof peak, leaving an inch or two of the lower edge exposed to the weather. That way whenever it rains, some of the metal molecules will wash down the roof and kill any algae trying to regain a foothold on your shingles.
You can probably see this same principle working on roofs in your neighborhood. Look for chimneys with copper flashing; the areas directly below the flashing will be free of any algae stains.
The strips also work on roofs suffering from moss buildup. Just scrub it off first with a brush, then bleach as above.
Here's a good video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f_jbaGCR6oo
Bleach water and it will require a couple of treatments per growing season.
You can scrape it or clean it as suggested above. You might want to hire a professional. It's pretty dangerous to get up on the roof and start working and a professional will have the proper safety equipment.
Hopefully this will help: https://www.thisoldhouse.com/roofing/21017036/how-to-remove-roof-moss
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Using a garden sprayer, apply Wet n' Forget to the roof. Over time, sun and rain will dislodge the moss. As William recommended, installation of a section of copper or zinc at the roof peak will alleviate this problem.
Use a Power washer, but be careful not to use too much power for fear of removing more than just moss or Spray on Wet a Leave or Spray and Leave. and let that do the job for you over a few days/weeks.