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No New Posts 09 10 13 Royal Oaks Tile Roof Cleaning Slide Show
 
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Here's our latest slide show from a roof cleaning job we did this month, enjoy! This roof was a 7,874 sq ft 2 story tile roof that we cleaned in September 2013 in the Royal Oaks Subdivision in Houston, TX. www.k-mpw.com -- Edited by Roof Cleaning Katy Texas (281) 392-2304 on Saturday 21st of September 20...
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No New Posts Roof Cleaning a 8, 997 sq ft residential house ( 1 2 ) (Preview)
Next Thursday we will clean the largest residential roof we have ever cleaned.  The house itself is almost 9,000 sq ft.  I am lucky the roof is not barrel tile.  It is flat concrete tile but steep and dirty.  It is located in the Royal Oaks subdivision in Houston Texas.  I hope that I can clean it in one day...
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No New Posts Katy Memorial Roof Cleaning & Power Washing Demonstrates Roof Cleaning a 3 Story House From Roof Cleaners Point of View
 
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Have you ever wondered what it is like to clean a composition roof at three stories above the ground?  Watch this video and you will see and feel what it is like.  Many more to come as the videos are edited.  Note the trigger gun used is a 12 gpm SS Suttner ST2700 and has been used for 3 years with no problem. ...
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No New Posts Roof Cleaning & Power Washing in Katy Texas
 
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Roof Cleaning and Power Washing in the Lake Forest Kelliwood subdivision in Katy Texas.  It took 6 hours to clean the roof and power wash this 5200 sq ft home in over 100 degree heat. 
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No New Posts Certified Roof Cleaning Houston / Affordable Roof Cleaning of Texas - ARCOT (Preview)
What's eating your roof?In Houston's warm and humid climate the culprit is​ a hardy form of algae called Gloeocapsa Magma. You probably know it as roof mildew or ugly blac​k streaks. However you describe it, it's unsightly​ and it mars the curb appeal of your residence, co​mmunity or commercial buildin...
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