Additionally, if the moss is allowed to grow unchecked, it can lift the edges of the tiles creating a gap where water can get in and cause further damage to the roofing structure. Also moss hold’s water, which can potentially freeze and cause cracks to occur in the mortar and or tile.
To prevent moss from damaging your roof, it is best to remove it as soon as you spot it. You can do this by using a garden hose with a pressure nozzle or a moss remover. Make sure to avoid using any chemical solutions as this can damage the tiles. I
t is also important to regularly inspect your roof for any signs of moss growth and take action if necessary. Taking preventative steps to remove moss from your roof can help keep your roof in tip-top shape and prevent costly repairs down the line.