Through the application of residential roof coatings, we can refresh and rejuvenate our clients’ roofs.
The roof on your home helps to protect the interior from the climate conditions we experience here in the Appleton, Wisconsin area. But when the roofing materials can no longer function properly, you might experience some indoor issues, including moisture damage and drafty areas. You might think that the only option is to replace your roof, but you’ll soon find that this is an expensive undertaking. Instead of investing thousands into a new roof, contact us at Roof Savers to find out whether the materials qualify for a coating service.
We specialize in residential roof coatings, which can breathe new life into asphalt shingles. Since asphalt shingles are among the most common materials used in residential construction, many homes throughout the area have them. Our technicians can apply an innovative product called Roof Maxx, which offers a range of benefits. Today’s asphalt shingles don’t contain as much asphalt as those manufactured years ago, due in part to rising costs. As a result, the shingles on your roof may not be as flexible or durable as the shingles from the past.
Through the application of residential roof coatings, we can refresh and rejuvenate our clients’ roofs. The product improves the flexibility of the shingles and comes with a five-year warranty per coating. We can reapply residential roof coatings every five years for up to 15 years of improved performance. Call us to book a no-obligation estimate and find out whether a residential roof coating is the right option for your structure.
FAQs About Residential Roof Coatings
Residential roof coatings are not a new invention, but not everyone is well informed about them. If you’re unfamiliar with residential roof coatings in general or Roof Maxx in particular, don’t worry. We’re here to answer frequently asked questions about the residential roof coatings we offer. If you have questions that are not answered below, don’t hesitate to reach out to us for more information.
Can residential roof coatings affect my home insurance coverage?
Can residential roof coatings make my new roof last longer?
We don’t recommend applying residential roof coatings on new roofs. At this stage, your asphalt shingles already have much of their original oil and flexibility, so there’s no real benefit to using Roof Maxx until you begin noticing granule loss later on.
Are residential roof coatings worthwhile if I’m selling my home?
What is Roof Maxx made of?
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