Moss and algae make façades look unsightly and also damage the surface. Many classic façade cleaners offer the cleaning of façades with brushes or high-pressure cleaners as a solution. This method brings quick results, but the massive intervention changes the surface structure of the façade and thus favours future moss infestation all the more.
It doesn’t have to be like that. Moosfrei gets to the root cause, is gentle in its method and sustainable in its results.
Should there still be residues of moss, algae and lichen after 24 months, we will remove them free of charge.
Cleaning Eternit fibreboard, façades or other surfaces mechanically – why is this a bad idea? Many property owners ask us this particular question. After all, cleaning with high-pressure cleaners or brushes promises quick results.
Yeah, that’s right. But conventional mechanical action not only removes moss, algae or lichen, but also microscopic parts of the façade. Hardly visible to the eye, these injuries to the façade are a gateway for moisture. In addition, the façade treated in this way offers mosses, algae and lichens a better hold in the future and an almost ideal breeding ground.
Conclusion on mechanical façade cleaning
After a short time, mosses, algae and lichens return.
We at Moosfrei are convinced that a gentle treatment is more sustainable and better in the long run. We deliberately do not use chlorine or Javel water. Even diluted, these cleaning agents can have undesirable side effects such as oxidation, a corrosive effect or discoloration of the surface.
Moosfrei works gently and sustainably, because Moosfrei uses a treatment method that only acts on organic substances and thus inhibits the growth process.
Conclusion on façade treatment of Moosfrei
At Moosfrei, we treat surfaces gently and ensure a clean result in the long term without having a mechanical effect on the surface of the substrate. A sustainable process with convincing results.
PHASE 1: Spraying