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Review about Rainout Roofing, LLC

The wind brought a once-harmless bacteria to your roof top shortly after your new roof was completed. This bacterium would have died of starvation years ago, and the tale would have ended. However, shingle producers altered the composition of asphalt shingles in the 1970s, adding limestone as a filler.Learn more by visiting  Rainout Roofing, LLC

Since 1976 (30 years ago), nearly every roof in the world has been replaced, resulting in an unusual growth on roof tops throughout the country. Globocrats magma, also known as “Roof Algae,” Roof Bacteria, Roof Stains, or Roof Mould, is the cause of this growth. Right above your head, this roof algae have been granted a new lease on life.

When the wind brings roof algae, squirrels track roof algae, or birds deposit roof bacteria on your roof, the organism discovers a feast of limestone, supplying it with a never-before-known source of nutrition. Roof algae, of course, need more than just food to survive; they also require sunlight and moisture (rain). Yes, you’ve figured it out! Moisture and sunshine are still present on a roof top. So you’ve been throwing a party on your roof for a while now. Roof algae are smaller than a pin tip, so you probably wouldn’t notice them from the ground, even though they’ve been fed since your roof was replaced. However, well-fed roof algae start colonies and grow!!

Roof bacteria colonies have been rising above your head. You may be wondering how large the party is. Roof bacteria are tiny, with over ten thousand algae living in a square inch as single celled microorganisms. The colony has turned into roof top Woodstock by the time YOU notice the algae! About 1,800,000 creatures will feed on a square foot of roof top with roof stains. Nearly 2 million roof algae have set up camp on your roof top, Woodstock! As a result, the colony will begin to appear over time and in various locations.