Your roof is the first line of defense against mother nature's wrath, performing a not-so-minor miracle. Moisture is the most formidable enemy your home faces. Whether it's a gentle rain on a leaky roof, melted snow backing up behind an ice dam, or wind-driven rain blowing under a loose shingle, moisture will destroy any house that can be built.
A hole the size of a pinhead is like a six-lane highway to a drop of water. The average leak takes many months and sometimes even years before making its way into your home. By then, most of the damage is already done. Where there's water, mold spores grow, rot gets a good start, and wood-destroying insects set up shop.
If you own a home, then learn this lesson: if water gets in, your house will die young. Keep it out and your home can be immortal.
Because of this fact, we take our job very seriously, and go Up and Above to educate our customers on the overall condition of their entire roofing system. We see costly damages on a daily basis that could have easily been avoided with simple repairs and maintenance... a little TLC.
Roof Maxx is a powerful scientifically formulated treatment that's derived from soybean oil (soy methyl ester). Soy-Fusion Technology allows millions of microbeads of Roof Maxx's plant-based oil to quickly penetrate deep into brittle asphalt roofing shingles. The powerful all-natural formulation quickly restores your roof's flexibility and waterproofing protection, while also reducing the loss of the shingle's protective top granule coating.
You can extend your roof's life up to 15 years (or more) by retreating every five years with Roof Maxx. Doubling roof life with Roof Maxx costs 60 percent less than replacement.
Here are some of the many benefits of a Roof Maxx treatment:
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