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How Much Does a Roof Maxx Treatment Cost?

Short Answer: A Roof Maxx treatment is a fraction of the cost of a complete roof replacement.

The cost of a Roof Maxx treatment varies depending on the roof’s height, steepness, size, complexity, type of materials, and the state where you live. Still, it typically ranges between 15% and 30% of the cost of a complete roof replacement, averaging over $20,000. This makes Roof Maxx a more budget-friendly option, ranging between $3,000 and $6,000.

* *Note that there may be roof repair or add-on services like roof or gutter cleaning offered by your local dealer that are not included in this cost range.

Find roof replacement pricing in your area with Remodeling Magazine’s pricing guide here: remodeling.hw.net/cost-vs-value/2024/


A Roof Maxx treatment can save you up to 80% compared to the cost of a full roof replacement. The cost of replacing a roof is substantial, with national averages hovering around $15,000-$20,000 or more. These costs continue to get significantly higher, as roof replacement costs have increased by 25%-30%. 

The final cost of a Roof Maxx treatment depends on factors like your roof’s size, complexity, and accessibility. There may be additional costs if your roof requires a tune-up or extra preparations, ensuring it’s in good condition before we apply a Roof Maxx treatment. These preparations might include replacing plumbing boots, sealing nail pops or caulking around the flashing. 

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Five Year Transferable Warranty

With our five-year, transferable warranty, you’ll enjoy the peace of mind that your roof and entire home are protected.