ROOF REAL CLEAN is the ‘premier’ roof cleaning company of Northern Virginia. We NEVER use damaging high pressure for removing the unsightly stains, algae, moss and lichen colonies on your roof.
We use a low pressure wash with a bio-degradable chemical that safely removes whatever is growing on your roof. The products we use won’t damage your shingles or harm the surrounding vegetation around your home. We will get your dingy dirty roof looking new again!
ROOF REAL CLEAN will treat your roof with an algae resistance solution to help control any re-growth of algae. We also offer a one year guarantee!
For more information on our services or to request a professional Roof Cleaning - Treatment evaluation please call the experts at 703-973-1619.
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“Northern Virginia” is more of a functional name than a clearly defined area. It consists of several counties and independent cities in the state of Virginia. It is a widespread region radiating southerly and westward from Washington DC. It is the most populated region of both Virginia and the Washington Metro area.
As of 2006, the U.S. Census estimates that there are approximately 2,432,823 people in Northern Virginia, which includes Clarke, Spotsylvania, Faquier, Warren and Stafford Counties, as well as the independent city of Fredericksburg.
Northern Virginia is the highest income region of Virginia and the most affluent region in the nation. The federal government is one of Northern Virginia’s main employers and home to numerous government agencies, including the CIA Headquarters, the pentagon, Fort Meyer, Fort Belvoir, Marine Corps Base Quantico, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and the U.S. Geological Survey. Government contracting is an important part of the region’s economy and Arlington alone is home to over 600 federal contractors.
Northern Virginia, including Alexandria, Arlington, Fairfax, Loudoun, and Prince William comprise a total population of 1,973,513 and is highly educated. 55.5% of its population 25 years or older holds a bachelor’s degree or higher.
19 of the region’s schools appear in the top 200 of Newsweek’s America’s Top Public High Schools. Although Northern Virginia contains a large portion of the commonwealth population, there are only a few colleges and universities in the region. George Mason University in Fairfax County is the most well-known and is the second largest university in Virginia.
Other higher education institutions include:
- Northern Virginia Community College
- Marymount University
- University of Northern Virginia
- University of Virginia
- Virginia Tech
- George Washington University
- Virginia Commonwealth University
Northern Virginia’s attractions include Colonial and civil war sites such as Arlington National Cemetery, Mount Vernon and the U.S. Air force Memorial. The region also has large shopping malls including Potomac Mills and Tysons Corner Center that attract many visitors. Old Alexandria is known for its historic churches, restaurants, gift shops, and artist studios. Scenic Great Falls Park and Mount Vernon are especially noteworthy.
Give the professionals at ROOF REAL CLEAN a call today at 703-973-1619.