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Residential Real Estate
Jun 20, 2019

Keeping the Roof On

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

The crowning glory of a home is its roof. Just like a stylish hat completes an outfit, a roof should add aesthetic, as well as, function. But, unlike hats, roofs are not disposable, and costly to replace. Thank goodness there are other options available.

At Roof Maxx, we are in the business of bringing back the luster and vitality of a home’s roof. We’re a roofing company that doesn’t want to replace your roof. We’re an alternative roofing solution, and we believe the best option, in many cases, is to improve the roof that’s already over your head. Why rip off a roof, when you can extend the life of your current roof? 

The professionals at Roof Maxx begin by evaluating your roof with a detailed video inspection that they send to the home or business owner. The inspection covers several areas of concern including granule loss, brittleness, seal strip failures, flashing, ridge vents, plumbing vents, skylights, and more.

We call it a roof tune up. You get your car tuned up, your teeth cleaned, and you get a yearly checkup; we tune up your roof first by repairing cracked shingles, securing ridge vents, sealing around flashing, installing plumbing vent boots, and sealing exposed nails. Then the Roof Maxx spray treatment is applied, which is formulated to restore flexibility to asphalt shingles.

Over time, oil dries out from your shingles, and they become brittle and begin to break apart. The Roof Maxx method replenishes the shingles with an all-natural treatment derived from soybean oil. This soy fusion technology allows millions of microbeads of oil to penetrate the brittle shingles and rejuvenate the asphalt. The treatments are 100 percent safe for people, pets, and plants.

My husband Mike and I stand behind our product. All treatments come with a five-year warranty, which stays with the home, should it sell within the warranty period. We can apply Roof Maxx three times, at five-year increments, extending the life of the roof by 15 years, a five-year warranty with each application. The best part of all is that Roof Maxx treatments won’t break the bank. Typically, the average roof replacement can cost upwards of $275-$350 per square, but a Roof Maxx spray treatment and roof tune up will cost $55-$65 per square.

So, before ripping off the roof, consider the Roof Maxx alternative. Bring your shingles closer to their original color as Roof Maxx’s organic oil replenishes the color, extends the life of your roof, and saves you money in the process.

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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