Now that I gave you nightmares about the potentially carnivorous moss living on your roof, I think it’s only appropriate to see what can be done to cure this problem.
There’s not much you can do about this. You just have to put your home together, as far as the roof goes, knowing that you have this type of environment. Keep the roof blown off, keep it treated. You’re going to enjoy the trees, you’re going to enjoy the shade, all the benefits beautiful environment, but it’s going to be hard on the roof. That’s what Roof Life’s good at, in particular your roof, and keeping the things looking good and working right.
Don’t let your roof breed this strain of carnivorous moss. By having Roof Life of Oregon inspect your roof every five years you can prevent this problem from ever happening.