There's algae on my conservatory roof
Unfortunately, algae and moss build-up is largely unavoidable, particularly over the damp winter months. The worse the weather is then the greater the chance of algae and moss becoming an issue, particularly if your conservatory is north facing. Fortunately, both algae and moss are easy to clean and there are plenty of products out there to remove it and to help prevent it building up in the future.
If you have algae or moss on the inside of your conservatory then that’s a bigger issue. This means you probably have a leak somewhere in the roof of your conservatory which should be looked at immediately.
- Why is my conservatory mouldy, damp or have condensation?
- Why does my conservatory roof leak?
- Why is my conservatory cold?
- Why is my conservatory full of flies?
- Why does my conservatory smell?
- Slipped conservatory panels
- There's a leak near the finial point
- There's algae on my conservatory roof
- The double glazing in my conservatory has misted up / the sealed unit has blown
- How to clean a conservatory roof
- How to keep my conservatory warm in the winter
- How to keep my conservatory cool in the summer
- Extending a conservatory
- How can I replace my conservatory roof?
- Can I convert my conservatory into an orangery or extension?