2017 was the most expensive year on record for disasters, thanks to the combination of Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria and the devastating western wildfires. Catastrophic weather events are becoming increasingly frequent in the U.S. and around the world, with consequent soaring economic and social costs.
Stormseal is safer, easier, faster and cheaper to install than tarpaulins for a damaged roof. Unlike tarps, Stormseal stays put until permanent repairs are made, providing peace of mind to residents, property owners and their insurers.
Officially launched today at Stand 901 of the PRLB Claims Conference and Insurance Services Expo. Stormseal™ is designed to replace flapping, leaking, flyaway tarpaulins that usually require multiple reattachments using ropes and sandbags, allowing more damage to occur if storms or bad weather continue.
RoofersCoffeeShop.com, the place where the industry meets for technology, information and everyday business is pleased to welcome Stormseal. An exciting new product being introduced in the US from Australia, Stormseal is a strong polyethylene film that heat shrinks to cover damaged structures, providing better protection than tarps.
“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.”
Leaders through innovation for fall protection training and exclusive providers of Stormseal Installation Accreditation are offering a two day Fall protection and Accreditation training at our purpose-built training facility in Amarillo, TX.
As seen in The Tradie Magazine: Storm-damaged South Australian Properties will get Smarter Protection
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.
Stormseal has changed my whole business model Issue 42, March 2018, page 27 Nick Hatch is the director of Insurance Roofing Services Australia and has been an accredited Stormseal installer for the last two years. We checked in with Nick recently to find out how Stormseal was working for him and what feedback he was…
Nick answers: How has Stormseal been working for you? What kind of customer feedback have you had? Why is Stormseal easier to install? and more.
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…