Maxx Leverage Roofing & Restoration is a licensed roofing company with over two decades of experience operating out of Idaho, Oregon, Florida, Louisana, and Alabama. This veteran-owned company offers roof repairs, reroofing, and roof replacement services for residential and commercial properties and specializes in emergency disaster relief for survivors needing temporary roofing and tree and debris removal.

When Maxx Leverage contractor and long-time Polyglass customer, James Moore, learned about Polyglass’s Polystick® XFR, a dual-purpose fire resistant and self-adhered waterproofing underlayment, at a Polyschool session last April, he was so impressed with the product’s innovative qualities he chose to use it for his next big project in Miami, Fla.

This contract was the Hyatt House Miami Airport Hotel in South Miami, Fla., requiring over 30,000 square feet of new roof underlayment. Moore chose the Polystick XFR self-adhered (SA) underlayment waterproofing system for its superior protection capabilities.  

"XFR was selected for the advanced Burn-Shield Technology™ with maximum fire-resistance properties delivered in one single layer installed as part of the metal roof assembly, unlike conventional fire barrier systems requiring a secondary fire barrier to achieve the UL Class A Fire Rating for Combustible Decks," said John Massengill – Independent Sales Representative for Polyglass. "Polystick XFR qualifies for up to a 30-year warranty backed by the Polyglass protection guarantee.”

Selecting Polyglass 

Polystick XFR utilizes ADESO® dual-compound self-adhered technology for efficiency and ease of application and patent-pending Burn-Shield Technology for superior fire resistance.

Polystick XFR’s slip-resistant film surface can be exposed for up to 180 days. With a temperature resistance of up to 265 degrees Fahrenheit, Polystick XFR is ideally suited for high-temperature systems such as steel and copper roofing. Polystick XFR helps achieve a UL Class A Fire Rating in a single layer instead of typical solutions requiring multiple layers.