Our goal here at Save My Roof is, naturally, to save your roof. While shingle roofs are designed to last for at least 20 years, they don’t last forever, and they will eventually need to be replaced. Roof replacement is an expensive process, as well as a huge hassle, so it makes perfect sense to want to put it off as long as possible.
Our team understands this desire, and we offer specialized Roof Maxx treatments that will grant your wish. In this article, we’ll provide an overview of the differences you’ll see in a Roof Maxx before and after comparison—if the after results sound appealing, we encourage you to give us a call.
In the “before” photo of any Roof Maxx before and after comparison, you’ll most likely see shingles that have become worn and cracked. This cracking is caused by the shingles losing their natural oils over time, which causes them to dry out, lose their original flexibility, and become very brittle. The shingles are also likely to have faded due to their long exposure to the sun, and they may even have shrunk over time as oil continued to evaporate away.
In contrast, the “after” photo in a Roof Maxx before and after comparison will show shingles that look practically new. The shingles will have become much more supple and flexible, and cracks are likely to have healed as well. The shingles may even have returned to their original color and size, as Roof Maxx soaks the shingles in oil to let them regain their natural flexibility.