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It will bring your shingles back closer to their original color. Most shingles lighten in color as the oil drys out. This natural oil resaturates your shingles, which helps to restore their color.
When the shingles’ protective top layer of granule coating begins shedding off into the gutters. This coating functions as a sort of “sunscreen” for your shingles. The oil contained within the shingles is essential for maintaining this coating, but as it dries out, the shingles will start to become brittle and crack.
Black stains and streaking on the shingles is another sign that the roof is aging. Most roofs with staining are shedding the protective top coating to varying degrees.
By rejuvenating your shingles you can ensure a minimum of 5 years past the expected life of the shingles. (Example: a ten year old shingle may have 5-8 years left, by rejuvenating the shingle you can extend that time by an additional 5 years.) That being said, any reputable solar company won't install on a roof that is failing. Rejuvenation gives the homeowner and the solar company another option and a longer window without having to replace the shingles.
Yes. The product Xtend A Roof uses is ECO-Friendly and 100% safe for people, pets, property, and the environment, because it’s an all-natural food-grade product. Any overspray is rinsed away with a hose or rain.
Most people agree if the shingles can be maintained it saves the insurance companies and homeowners money in the long run. This process resaturates shingles so they are flexible and hold the the little rock granule in place. Any inspector would see a rejuvenated shingle and see that it performs like new, its holding the rock granule in place, the shingle is flexible and not curling up at the edges.
Typically, shingles that are five to ten years old start to show signs of aging, granular loss and could use rejuvenation with the Xtend A Roof product before they start too curl up and become brittle.
Shingles that are curled up at the edges, have significant granule loss or other damage may disqualify a roof for the rejuvenation process.