Prevent Blue-Green Streaks with Algae Resistant Shingles featuring Scotchgard™ Protector

Prevent blue-green streaks and stains on your roof with algae resistant shingles. Algae resistant shingles are made possible only through the power of Scotchgard™ Protector for an elongated clean look to your roof. Scotchgard™ Protector will keep black streaking, caused by blue-green algae growth, at bay year round. This is just one of the reasons Sherriff-Goslin uses a product worthy to earn the Scotchgard™ Protector name, and you should too!

Algae Resistant Shingles Offering the Best Assurance

All of our roofing shingles are manufactured using the best algae-resistant technology available, keeping your roof in prime condition year round! Scotchgard™ Protector is one of the most durable repellants on the market working to fight black streaking caused by blue-green algae growth. There is no reason your roof should look anything less than what you expect, so let Sherriff-Goslin help you get what you want!

All of Sherriff-Goslin’s roofing shingles feature Scotchgard™ Protector to guarantee maintained aesthetic beauty by resisting algae on your roof. Call today for a FREE estimate and see which shingles you prefer!

Your Neighbors Black Streaks Put You at Risk for Algae Growth?

Protect your home with Sherriff-Goslin’s roofing shingles that safeguard with the power of Scotchgard™ Protector to fight away potential algae invasion. When your roofing shingles are powered by Scotchgard™ Protector, worrying about black streaking caused by blue-green algae becomes nonexistent.

Algae are bacteria that can spread easily under the right conditions, and this isn’t any different for your roof. If your home is located near a neighbor who has an algae infestation on their roof, your home is susceptible for algae growth as well.

Algae reproduce with spores that are carried by the wind from one house to another, and spread even more easily in areas with high-humidity. Only 20 percent of homes are left free of algae growth across the United States every year, meaning the remaining 80 percent of home and building owners have an algae infestation.

For more information on which of our algae resistant shingles are right for your roofing needs, contact us in Ann Arbor, Michigan today!

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Prevent blue-green streaks and stains on your roof with algae resistant shingles. Algae resistant shingles are made possible only through the power of Scotchgard™ Protector for an elongated clean look to your roof. Scotchgard™ Protector will keep black streaking, caused by blue-green algae growth, at bay year round. This is just one of the reasons Sherriff-Goslin uses a product worthy to earn the Scotchgard™ Protector name, and you should too!

Algae Resistant Shingles Offering the Best Assurance

All of our roofing shingles are manufactured using the best algae-resistant technology available, keeping your roof in prime condition year round! Scotchgard™ Protector is one of the most durable repellants on the market working to fight black streaking caused by blue-green algae growth. There is no reason your roof should look anything less than what you expect, so let Sherriff-Goslin help you get what you want!

All of Sherriff-Goslin’s roofing shingles feature Scotchgard™ Protector to guarantee maintained aesthetic beauty by resisting algae on your roof. Call today for a FREE estimate and see which shingles you prefer!

Your Neighbors Black Streaks Put You at Risk for Algae Growth?

Protect your home with Sherriff-Goslin’s roofing shingles that safeguard with the power of Scotchgard™ Protector to fight away potential algae invasion. When your roofing shingles are powered by Scotchgard™ Protector, worrying about black streaking caused by blue-green algae becomes nonexistent.

Algae are bacteria that can spread easily under the right conditions, and this isn’t any different for your roof. If your home is located near a neighbor who has an algae infestation on their roof, your home is susceptible for algae growth as well.

Algae reproduce with spores that are carried by the wind from one house to another, and spread even more easily in areas with high-humidity. Only 20 percent of homes are left free of algae growth across the United States every year, meaning the remaining 80 percent of home and building owners have an algae infestation.

For more information on which of our algae resistant shingles are right for your roofing needs, contact us in Ann Arbor, Michigan today!