Stormseal vs Tarp | Stormseal weatherproofs buildings to prevent costly further damage

Watch what happens to this tarp in a wind tunnel

We tested a tarp in a wind tunnel, showing the tarp failing dismally while an innovative new make-safe product holds strong. Watch to see what happens wens to a sandbag holding the tarp at wind speeds of 60km/h (37 miles/h) and then at wind speeds of 100km/h (62 miles/h). In the same wind tunnel test, the video shows what happens to Stormseal at 160km/h (99 miles/h), the maximum speed generated by the facility.

In Swiss storms, Stormseal shows its strength | Stormseal: The World's #1 Temporary Roofing Protection

In Swiss storms, Stormseal shows its strength

In June 2018, to test Stormseal’s weather resistance under the most extreme natural conditions it was installed on the roof of a hut high in the Swiss Alps. ‘Over several weeks, the wind speed average was over 100 km/h [62 miles/h] and some days up to 200 km/h [124 miles/h]. At the end of January, after many storms, the Stormseal film was still looking good.

Stormseal stops the cycle of suffering | Protect your home with Stormseal

Tarps prolong the agony for storm victims. Stormseal stops the cycle of suffering

For Ryan and Chey Johnson, the happy arrival of their second child was sadly offset by the devastating damage to their Berowra home caused by the December 2018 hailstorm.
‘After the hail wrecked the roof, the wind and rain came,’ said Ryan.

97% of Berowra homes damaged by the hailstorm were ‘made safe’ with tarpaulins, many of which have since failed multiple times.