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Residential Real Estate
Jul 15, 2019

Rescuing Roofs with the Environment in Mind

Sponsored Content provided by Christy West - Co-Owner, Roof Rescue of Wilmington LLC/Roof Maxx

Have you noticed those unsightly dark streaks on your neighbor’s roof or yours?

Those dark streaks are already compromising the roof. As it ages, through the combination of sun, wind, acid rain, and lack of oil in the shingles, over time the roof dries out and becomes brittle.

The shingle industry has downgraded the quality of roof shingles which now weigh 1/3 less than they used to. Asphalt shingles are now being made with limestone that promotes unsightly dark streaks down the roof, which is algae growth feeding on the limestone.

Roof Maxx is an environmentally conscious company that uses a plant-based treatment sprayed on the roof to combat shingle breakage, granule loss, and algae growth. Every application of this treatment extends the life of your roof for five years guaranteed, can be applied up to three times, and can reverse the aging process of the roof up to 15 years. It will not void any roof warranty; if anything, it enhances the life of the roof.

Should your shingles lose flexibility during the warranty period, the roof can be re-treated. Rescuing roofs instead of ripping them off and adding debris to already overwhelmed landfills is positive for the environment. If Wilmington residents had the Roof Maxx spray treatment on their roofs before Hurricane Florence, it likely would have saved a lot of roofs from damage, due to restoring flexibility and water-proofing protection back to the shingles.

Green is a trend and sustainability is a mindset. While green is good, ultimately it is sustainability that matters. The greenest roof is improving the one you already have. A truly sustainable roofing system has the best performance for the longest period of time.

Fewer replacements are better from a material, energy and waste perspective.

This plant-based product saves the owner approximately 80 percent as an alternative to roof replacement. We handle each estimate and video detail of your roof as if it were our own. We will let you know up front if your roof is beyond repair, and not a candidate for our product. However, there are aging roofs out there that can be helped with minor repair to restore and extend the life of the roof and save our landfills.

Saving money and our environment by adding life to your existing roof is a great alternative solution for our community and your purse!

Roof Maxx is the world's first sustainable roofing solution. Our scientifically formulated, all-natural treatment extends the service life by 5 years, re-saturating dry and brittle roof shingles with millions of micro-beads of organic oils. For more information, call Mike and Christy West at 910-444-0744 or visit www.roofmaxx.com.

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