INDIANAPOLIS & MUNCIE, Ind. – May 6, 2019 – PRLog — A home’s roof is the most important protector of your investment and roof replacement is one of the most dreaded and expensive repairs. Putting off the repair may cause even more damage to both your home and bank account. Fortunately Hoosier Roof Saver has brought Roof Maxx to Indiana! Roof Maxx Technologies, located in Columbus, OH, offers an affordable solution to this homeowner nightmare, Roof Maxx.
Roof Maxx was created by brothers Michael and Todd Feazel who were seeking a way to preserve and extend the life of aging asphalt shingles. As an asphalt shingle ages, it loses the essential oils that help keep it flexible and its granules intact. When those oils begin to disappear, the shingles experience color loss, lose granules and begin to lose flexibility.
“For nearly five years, my brother, Todd, and I have been working on a sustainable solution for asphalt shingle roofs,” said Mike Feazel, CEO and Co-founder of Roof Maxx Technologies, LLC. “With research and development help from The Ohio Soybean Council, The Ohio State University and Battelle Memorial Institute, we’re at the leading edge of asphalt roofing sustainability.”
In addition to its savings and rejuvenating powers, Roof Maxx has two other important benefits. One is peace of mind. Since the solution is soy based, Roof Maxx is 100% safe for people, pets, property, and the environment. Two is that It also helps reduce landfill waste and, therefore, is friendlier to the environment than a total roof replacement.
“The Roof Maxx product is amazing. I am excited that I was able to work on bringing them to Indiana. They hit on every thing I look for in a product. It has proven results from extensive research and testing, is completely safe, saves millions of tons of waste each year, reduces the use of fossil fuels to produce new materials, and saves people a lot of money. On top of all of that, it is sourced by America’s Heartland, Farmers,” said Chad Ayers, President of Hoosier Roof Saver.
To find out more, visit HoosierRoofSaver.com.