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Roof Maxx Dealers in New Hampshire

Roof Maxx Roofing Repair Companies in New Hampshire

Roof Maxx is the affordable alternative to roof repair in New Hampshire.

Like much of New England, the weather in New Hampshire can be accurately categorized as wet. With each month receiving an average of 3+ inches of precipitation, your asphalt shingle roof will have to endure plenty of thermal shock, expanding and contracting as the weather changes.

However, it’s during the winter that your roof will arguably receive the most wear and tear. On top of temperatures that can easily plummet to single digits, New Hampshire experiences tumultuous nor’easters that can be followed by either rain or wet snow. This can result in dangerous conditions for your roof as the extra moisture doesn’t run off, instead getting trapped in the existing snow, which can result in 30 pounds per square inch on your roof. With the combination of the weather and the cost of roof repairs and replacement, it’s no wonder that people are turning to Roof Maxx as an alternative solution.

Roof Maxx roof rejuvenation in New Hampshire.

With these kinds of weather conditions, you simply can’t afford to allow your asphalt shingles to dry out. With the average roof repair in New Hampshire costing roughly $250 per 100 square feet, a damaged roof could cost you dearly. Fortunately, Roof Maxx is here to help and save you money.

Roof Maxx is a scientifically formulated, 100% natural, plant-based rejuvenating spray that allows millions of microbeads of oil to soak into your shingles, which will both restore the flexibility of your roof and help protect it against rain and snow. Each treatment can extend the life of your roof by up to five years, and treatments can be applied on the same roof up to three times equally up to 15 years of total life added. 

Contact us today if your roof is in need of Roof Maxx. Roof repairs in New Hampshire are inevitable, and you simply can’t do better than Roof Maxx for protection, affordability, and effectiveness—before the next nor’easter comes our way.