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Jul 1, 2019

Rejuvenating Roofs with Science

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

Roof Maxx is the world's first roof rejuvenation treatment backed by science utilizing roofing's most disruptive new green technology. Our strategic partners include The Ohio State University, Battelle Labs and the Ohio Soybean Council.
 
A new Ohio State University study reveals, “A Roof Maxx treatment reverses the shingle's aging process closer to those of new shingles.” Testing was conducted to ASTM International materials testing performance standards (see full study at roofmaxx.com).
 
The Problem with An Aging Roof
 
As your roof ages, the oil dries out causing the asphalt in shingles to become increasingly brittle. Brittle roof shingles, combined with extreme movements on the roof (daily expansion and contraction) slowly break your roof apart, in the same way a pothole develops in the road.
 
A Simple Solution
 
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.
 
Why soybean oil? Goodyear soybean oil technology won an Environmental Achievement of the Year Award in February 2018 during the Tire Technology Expo in Hannover, Germany. The company was presented the prestigious Tire Technology International Award for Innovation and Excellence in the category of “Environmental Achievement of the Year” representing a breakthrough by Goodyear in applying soybean oil in the tread compound of tires, as a replacement for traditional petroleum oil.
 
Roof Maxx has been Certified as a USDA Bio-Preferred product and its main ingredient meets the EPA's Safer Choice criteria for solvents and is listed on the EPA's Safer Chemical Ingredients List.
 
Overspray is rinsed away with rain or a garden hose and won't stain or leave an oily residue on siding, concrete or other building materials. The treatment quickly penetrates into asphalt roof shingles within thirty minutes minimizing rain wash-off concerns.
 
The low pressure all-natural treatment is guaranteed to extend your roof's life by five years per treatment and up to fifteen years with repeated treatments.
 
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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