Albuquerque NM Eco-friendly Roofing Solution Roof Maxx Treatment Launched

Albuquerque, NM eco-friendly roofing solution company Roof Saver ABQ introduces Roof Maxx natural roof spray treatments in the city. Roof Maxx is a plant-based, nontoxic roof treatment that rejuvenates asphalt shingle roofs, adding up to 15 years of life.

Cortez, United States - April 7, 2020 /PressCable/ —

Albuquerque, NM eco-friendly roofing solution company Roof Saver ABQ announced the launch of Roof Maxx treatments in the city. Roof Maxx is a sustainable all-natural roof spray for asphalt shingle roofs.

More information about Roof Saver ABQ is available at https://roofsaverabq.com/home

The Albuquerque, NM roof protection company has introduced Roof Maxx as a cost-effective alternative to roof replacement. Roof Maxx is a plant-based roof rejuvenation spray that carries a 5-year warranty and can be reapplied in several coats.

New Mexico’s hot summers and cold winters take their toll on asphalt roofing. Asphalt shingles have an average life of 8 years, after which they begin to dry out. As shingles lose their granules, they become brittle and tend to develop cracks, leading to leaks.

Roof Saver ABQ offers Roof Maxx treatments to rejuvenate aging shingles by spraying them with soybean methyl ester micro-granules. Soy methyl ester is all-natural, non-toxic, pet-safe, and child-safe, restoring flexibility and water resistance to asphalt roofs within 72 hours of application. Roof Maxx improves hail resistance and fire resistance of all types of shingles.

Skilled Albuquerque, NM Roof Maxx technicians perform a thorough inspection of building roofs to check compatibility, fix all flashing and potential leak points, and apply Roof Maxx treatments. The treatment takes about one and a half hours to apply and costs 66 percent less than a roof replacement.

According to a spokesperson for the roof protection company in Albuquerque, NM, “We are excited to introduce Roof Maxx as an environmentally responsible alternative to costly roof replacement. We look forward to being the go-to roof rejuvenation providers in Alberquerque.”

Roof Saver ABQ is a specialized Roof Maxx dealership and roof protection company headed by Richard and Wendy Anderson. The company offers Roof Maxx treatments for single-family and multi-family homes as well as commercial buildings with asphalt shingle roofs.

For more information about Roof Maxx treatment in Alberquerque, NM and to schedule an inspection, call 505-859-7211 or visit the URL above.

Contact Info:
Name: Randell Anderson
Email: Send Email
Organization: Roof Saver ABQ
Address: 600 S Washington St #33, Cortez, Colorado 81321, United States
Website: https://roofsaverabq.com/home

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88952700

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