Dealing with moss, algae & lichen on hard surfaces & roofs

Controlling moss & algae on hard surfaces
The last few weeks has seen moss & algae starting to become a real problem, causing slippery, dangerous paths, patios, paving stones & driveways.

With winter on its way this will only get worse.  Now is the time to get on top of these hazardous surfaces and this can be done by using moss and algae control products such as MossGo & Mogeton. Click here for our “Specific Weed Control Guide to Moss

MossGo 2.5L, 5L & MossGo Pro 5L

  • MossGo 2.5L, 5L & MossGo Pro 5LSuitable for use on block paving, timber decking, cladding, tennis courts & glass houses
  • One application a year is usually enough to treat green algae
  • Use every few years to treat moss
  • Approved for professional & non-professional use
  • Can be applied using a knapsack or watering can
  • Also ideal for tiled roofs – see our video
  • MossGo 2.5L pack treats up to  315m2. 5L packs treats up to 630m2
  • MossGo Pro 5L pack ideal for large areas & professional use. Treats up to 1,710m2

From £19.99 excl. VAT & delivery

Mogeton 0.75KG

  • Professional use hard surface cleaner for removal of accumulations of dirt or slime
  • Suitable for paths, steps, walls, fences, roofs, driveways, yards, hard tennis courts, exteriors & other outdoor surfaces
  • Can be applied using a knapsack or watering can
  • Safe on all material including concrete, asphalt, stone brick work, cement rendering, ceramic tiles, glass, metal, slate, tiles & thatch
  • Note this current product is approved for hard surfaces.  Available while stocks last
  • Harmful to fish – do not use around ponds or surfaces liable to drain into water courses such as lakes, streams or rivers
  • Mogeton 0.75KG pack treats 315m2

£54.94 excl. VAT & delivery

Controlling moss on roofs

Moss is not only an issue on paths & surfaces but can also cause problems with roof tiling.Controlling Moss on Roofs

Damage can be caused when moss grows onto the top few millimetres of tiles causing them to lift & allow water to get between them.  Indirectly moss can also cause further damage in cooler weather when water in the moss expands, causing tiles to crack – again allowing water into the roofing void.

Treating moss on roofs can be done by using products such as MossGo. Click here to see our video

MossGo 2.5L, 5L & MossGo Pro 5L

  • Ideal for tiled roofs –see our video
  • Suitable for use on block paving, timber decking, cladding, tennis courts & glass houses
  • One application a year is usually enough to treat green algae
  • Use every few years to treat moss
  • Approved for professional & non-professional use
  • Can be applied using a knapsack or watering can
  • MossGo 2.5L pack treats up to  315m2. 5L packs treats up to 630m2
  • MossGo Pro 5L pack ideal for large areas and professional use. Treats up to 1,710m2

From £19.99 excl. VAT & delivery
Click here for our “Specific Weed Control Guide to Moss

Why do you need pesticide training?Why do you need pesticide training

You legally need training & a certificate of competence to use professional use pesticides under the Safe Use of Pesticides Control of Pesticide Regulations when: –

  • You are born after 31 December 1964, unless you are working directly under & being personally supervised by a current certificate holder
  • You want to apply pesticides to property or land that is not owned or occupied by yourself
  • You are required to supervise a person who does not have a certificate themselves

For further details on all our training courses click here

We are always adding new courses & dates

Call freephone on 0800 032 6262 to discuss any training requirements or questions you may have or email info@progreen.co.uk

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