From apartment complexes to churches to schools, Roof Maxx treatment from Rich Roofing can help bring your old roof back to life! 

If your business has an asphalt roof then Roof Maxx may be the perfect solution to help you avoid a  costly roof replacement.


Expansion and contraction are critical to your roof’s day-to-day performance and longevity. As your roof ages, oil in the asphalt shingles dries out causing them to become brittle. These dry tiles can slowly break the roof apart in a similar way to potholes developing on a road. Roof Maxx, a scientifically formulated, all-natural treatment, derived from soybean oil (soy methyl ester) can help rejuvenate these dry tiles. Soy-Fusion Technology allows millions of micro beads of oil to quickly penetrate brittle asphalt roof shingles. This restores flexibility to facilitate the daily expansion and contraction your roof requires.

Treatment with Roof Maxx is 100% safe for people, pets, property, and the environment. Work is completed in about an hour, with zero mess, for just a fraction of the cost of a new roof.


Does your roof need Roof Maxx? 

The average roof can last at least 15 years, but if yours is 6-8 years old the oils in the asphalt shingles may be drying out. Once these shingles start to dry out with age, you may see tell tale signs, such as the granules flaking off in your gutters or downspouts. You might also notice black stains and streaks or shingles cracking, breaking, and curling. This is where Roof Maxx comes in!

A Roof-Maxx treatment by Rich Roofing can add five years of life per treatment to your in-tact roof, and testing and research conducted by The Ohio State University shows that you can add an average of 15 years of life to your roof by treating it with Roof Maxx.

Rich Roofing also provides Roof Maxx treatments to residential roofs as well! 


Get in touch with us today and we will assess your roof, apply the Roof Maxx treatment and extend the life of your roof for five years – Guaranteed! 

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