Grow your business and provide peace of mind for your customers with the world’s leading temporary roof protection. Stormseal goes on and stays on – that means no more midnight calls to fix a loose tarp!
Tom Dougherty, National Manager for HomeClaims Customer Support, Suncorp
“It’s a leading innovative product… what I have seen today is going to give us the ability to be able to do it once and do it properly and not have to re-attend which will be very efficient.”
Ryan, Berowra NSW, Homeowner
“I was sick and tired of having to fix the tarps again and again. In the month after the storm, I was up there five times to fix the tarps, because of the wind. When I heard about Stormseal, I immediately asked our insurer to replace the tarps with it.
Stormseal is perfect because once it’s installed you don’t have to go back up there, and you’ve got peace of mind that if rains, no water is going to come in.”
Ryan Hage, Adelaide All-Trades (AAT)
“We pride ourselves on using cutting edge technology to rapidly make properties safe and restore clients’ peace of mind. As soon as I heard about Stormseal, I knew we should be using it. Stormseal is a fantastic product that we will use after storms and other damaging events. It’s especially good in difficult access situations. The best thing is that it stays put – we won’t have to go back to fix any more flapping or leaking tarps.”
Why we created Stormseal
Traditionally, storm-damaged houses have been covered with large tarpaulins until the insurance claim is settled and final repairs are made. The problem is that over the life of an insurance claim, which can be up to 12 months after a major weather event, tarps fail five times on average and often more than 10 times.
This means continual tarp replacements, additional time and cost and further damage to the property, not to mention stress to the owner and occupants.
Stormseal doesn’t have this problem – it goes on once and stays on, no matter how long the insurance claim process lasts.
Resistant to future storms including heavy hail and winds up to 160km/h
On 17 November 2019, high wind and hailstones up to 7.7cm in diameter pummelled Queensland’s Sunshine Coast. Two days later, the Insurance Council of Australia declared the storm a catastrophe. The ultimate damage bill was around $115M. Bob Chilton was contracted by an insurance company to ‘make safe’ damaged properties, but as his crew from…
Matt Barberi and James Murray started Ohana Construction in 2012 to be the premier, all-in-one roofing, painting and home improvement company in Hawaii. They quickly built trust within the community and were named in 2018 as the number one fastest-growing company by the Pacific Business News. The partners learned about Stormseal as a long-term, temporary…
‘My mate swore by it, said it was a great product. I trust him as a straight talker, and I thought Stormseal could solve a big problem in my industry, so I decided to follow it up,’ said Shane. Shane sees big opportunities to use Stormseal to improve customer experience and grow his business, firstly in asbestos removal/re-roofing, and secondly in roof repairs after severe storms or earthquakes.
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