Zinc strip moss

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By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie PolicyPrivacy Policyand our Terms of Service. It only takes a minute to sign up. I read one post on YouTube that you can use a long zinc strip placed on top of your roof to prevent moss.

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Zinc Strips General Information: Zinc strips are usually considered the long-term solution to controlling mosses see photo at right: skylights are surrounded by galvanized flashing that has suppressed the growth of mosses below the skylights. The remaining parts of this cedar shake roof are covered mainly with the moss Dicranoweisia. Zinc strips and galvanized flashing are apparently relatively safe and inexpensive.

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The zinc strips are for the black bacteria that you see on the roofs. I dont think its for moss growing on your shingles. But I could be wrong.

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For decades, zinc strips have been used to keep moss from growing on roofs. This is an explanation of how they work and how they are installed. It also explains the limitations of zinc strip, from the point of view of good roofing practices and experience. Zinc strips work when rain rolls over the metal in the strip, and tiny metal particles are carried down the roof.

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While black stains on roofs are a cosmetic issue, moss growth is more than just cosmetic. Not only does moss look terrible on roofs, it will also shorten the life of the roof covering and possibly lead to roof leaks. Whether you have wood or asphalt shingles, moss can grow on the roof if it doesn't dry properly.

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I had zinc strips applied to my roof and they do keep the moss at bay. They were slid under the edge of shingles, but were nailed in. Not sure about caulking them in.

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A zinc strip can be installed on a roof to prevent moss from growing. The zinc prevents the growth of the moss as the strips become corroded from moisture. The corrosion releases the zinc.

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Angie's List Answers is the trusted spot to ask home improvement and health questions and get answers from service companies, health providers and consumers. For ratings and reviews on companies in your area, search Angie's List. Absolutely - you can easily do yourself if you are not afraid of roofs - just be sure to tuck the nails up under the edge of the top row of shingles not the ridge shingles - they break too easy, though fine to put there during a reroofand hit the nail heads with a dab of bitumastic roof caulk to ensure they don't leak.

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Many so-called roof cleaning companies will offer to install zinc strips on your roof for a hefty price tag. The question is: Are they really worth it? Do they actually work?

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I am considering putting zinc oxide strips on my roof ridge to control moss growth. I collect roof runoff in a rain barrel for watering our vegetable garden and fruit trees. I think, from what I've read, that the amount of zinc leached out during rainfall is quite small, only enough to prevent emergent moss colonies from forming i.

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