Roof Maxx extends life by restoring flexibility of your aged roof

Daily expansion and contraction are critical to your roof’s performance and longevity. As a roof ages, oil dries out causing asphalt roof shingles to become brittle. This slowly breaks the roof apart similar to the way a pothole developes in the road. Roof Maxx is a powerful, scientifically formulated, all-natural treatment, derived from soybean oil (soy methyl ester). Soy-Fusion Technology allows millions of micro beads of oil to quickly penetrate brittle asphalt roof shingles. This rejuvenates the asphalt, restoring flexibility to facilitate daily expansion and contraction.

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.


What makes us different from other companies?

We believe the greenest roof is improving the one that’s already over your head giving it the best possible performance for the longest period of time.

As experts in roofing we’ll act more as your consultant educating you on the various options available so that you can decide what is best for you and your family.

Watch The Roof Maxx Story as featured on Public TV’s Success Files, hosted by Rob Lowe

Produced with a heralded and award winning production team you’ll get a behind the scenes look at how Roof Maxx and their strategic partners are disrupting an industry with their revolutionary new green chemistry.


What people are saying


I not only refer Roof Maxx to my clients, I’ve had my own roof treated with
impressive results.
I had the roof of our office treated with Roof Maxx and I’m very pleased with the
results – the roof looks great!
My roof was drying out causing the coating to shed into the gutters. A neighbor told
me about Roof Maxx so I decided to get my roof treated. It’s more flexible and looks
better so I’m very pleased with the results.
As a professional realtor I would recommend Roof Maxx to anyone wanting to
extend the life of their roof.
Jerry Linkhorn
Heather Kamann
Jeff Cooper
Eric Moulton