Storm-damaged South Australian properties will get smarter protection
03 April 2016
Adelaide All-Trades (AAT), a leading provider of repairs for insured properties, has switched to using Stormseal, a smart alternative to tarpaulins and an Australian innovation to protect storm-damaged properties. AAT is the first accredited Stormseal installer in South Australia.
“We have the biggest emergency response team in South Australia and we pride ourselves on using cutting edge technology to rapidly make properties safe and restore clients’ peace of mind,” said Manager of AAT, Ryan Hage.
“As soon as I heard about Stormseal I knew we should be using it.”
Stormseal is a strong polyethylene film that heat shrinks to cover a damaged roof or wall, wrapping tightly and resisting wind, rain and hail until permanent repairs can be made. Unlike tarpaulins Stormseal provides cost-effective and lasting weather protection.
“Stormseal is a fantastic product that we will use after storms and other damaging events. It’s especially good in difficult access situations,” said Mr Hage.
“The best thing is that it stays put – we won’t have to go back to fix any more flapping or leaking tarps because Stormseal provides secure protection for up to two years.”
“I leapt at the chance to train two of our crew as Stormseal installers and flew them to Melbourne for the one-day course. The training course covers all aspects of the Stormseal product and the installation technique and our guys found it was an excellent experience.”
“We’ve purchased the Stormseal toolkit which is well designed because we can carry it on any truck or ute and it contains all the equipment necessary for installation. We just roll out the Stormseal film and cut it to fit right there on site.”