Do the job once and do it right with Stormseal
Stormseal is a strong polyethylene film that heat-shrinks to cover a damaged roof or wall. Unlike tarps, Stormseal stays put, resisting wind, rain and hail until permanent repairs are made, providing peace of mind to occupants and owners.
- safer, easier, faster and cheaper to install than tarps – no need for sandbags or ropes
- 100% waterproof, with no flaps or gaps
- UV resistant and fire retardant, and
- Australian designed, manufactured locally to world-class standards
Rapid, safe and cost-effective response to disaster
Tarps are rarely the right size for the job, but Stormseal is simply tailored on-site to fit perfectly. A specially designed Stormseal strongbox holds two rolls of Stormseal and fits on a standard utility vehicle, along with all necessary tools for application. A roll of Stormseal film is 40m/131.2ft long x 5m/16.4ft wide (200m2/2153ft2) and weighs 37kg/81.6lb.
Stormseal is attached at the perimeter of the damaged area, making installation safer, easier, faster and cheaper as installers spend less time on the roof. The patented shrinking resins in the Stormseal film wrap tightly to any roofline. Heat application increases the strength of the film and creates a snug fit, without damaging any underlying materials.
Our solution is a complete system of online ordering, distribution, and accredited installer training. Our quality assurance processes cover manufacture through to installation.
Protecting properties with Stormseal allows residents to stay at home or return sooner, minimises disruption to business, and promotes community recovery.
For rapid response and cost-effective resilience in the face of natural disaster, partner with Stormseal.