Oregon Chimney Guys not only specialize in chimney sweeping, wood stove installation and dryer vent cleaning, we also specialize in moss removal! Moss thrives in damp shady environments and can wreak havoc on your roof. Being in the rainy Pacific northwest, your roof is susceptible moss growth. However, there are steps to take to treat
In a climate like Eugene, Oregon, it’s important to stay on top of what keeps your home dry in the winter and shaded in the summer. Performing regular maintenance on your roof can save you costly repairs in the future. Here are some roof maintenance tasks to complete this summer.
Summer is right around the corner here in Eugene, Oregon, and before the hot weather really hits us, we thought we’d provide some final tips to getting your home cleaned up after our long rainy season. A lot of homeowners neglect some of the most important home maintenance projects, and we’re here to make
The sun is shining, the flowers are blooming, and it’s a great time in Eugene to finish all of those household chores you’ve been putting off! Have you done your spring cleaning yet? Summer is fast approaching and we here at Oregon Chimney Guys are here to help you with your spring cleaning. We’ve come
Here at the Oregon Chimney Guys, we do more than provide chimney repairs and cleanings, we also handle the removal of moss from your roof. The issues of having moss buildup on your roof are covered here, but we want to help you learn how to prevent this from becoming an issue at all.
Those who live in moist, shady environments are familiar with moss, lichen and algae. The temperate rainforests of the Pacific Northwest are filled with such greenery, adding beauty to the wilderness. When walking through a park like Mt. Pisgah, you might find curtains of lichen hanging from trees, mossy limbs of Douglas fir and algae
The Northwest is a hostile environment for roofs. All the “liquid sunshine” we get makes our roofs damp, which causes moss and algae grow like crazy. Not only are they an eyesore, but they reduce the life of your roof. So what’s the answer to mold and algae? Prevention. The best plan of attack is