What is Stormseal?

Stormseal is a polyethylene film that heat-shrinks to securely wrap a damaged roof or structure.

Unlike tarps, Stormseal stays put until permanent repairs can be made, resisting wind, rain and hail and preventing further costly damage.

This award-winning innovation will keep your home and family safe and snug until permanent repairs can be made.

Stormsealed properties worldwide

Including more than 4,000 in US. View our Stormseal gallery.


Stormseal is also resistant to further storms including hail and winds up to 100mph.

Months or more of protection

Stormseal can last over a year, giving you peace of mind until final repairs are made. See our extreme test in the Swiss Alps.

Ellie Shefi, Michigan, Homeowner

“Amazing product, incredible customer service, and expert installers! Smooth, easy process from start to finish. Talk about peace of mind!”

Dan and Cindy O’Connell, Mexico Beach, Homeowner

“Homeowners and insurance companies need to know about this product. It has really has helped us in a time of need and given us peace of mind that our home is protected. The house has remained dry inside and the Stormseal still looks the same. Most of the tarps in the area have either blown off or been replaced a number of times.” Read more.

Ryan, 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.”

Tarps ruin homes and traumatize families

If your roof is damaged by severe weather or a fallen tree, your builder will probably attempt to protect your home, contents and family using tarps. That’s when your long nightmare begins.

Life under tarps is hell – ask any storm victim who’s experienced it. Your contractor will use ropes and sandbags to ‘attach’ the tarps to your roof, but as soon as the weather turns wet or windy again, the tarps will slip, blow off, leak or even collapse under the weight of pooling rainwater.

Families lose sleep and suffer terrible stress or even physical harm. Tarps flap noisily all night long, sandbags slide off and come crashing down, rainwater runs down your interior walls, your carpets and furnishings get soaked and stained, your ceilings sag or cave in.

What‘s worse is that the trauma and property damage can continue throughout the many weeks or months (up to 12 months after a major weather event) that it takes your insurer to process your claim so you can make permanent repairs to your home. Over the life of an insurance claim, tarps fail five times on average and up to 13 times.

You’ll wait for hours on the phone again and again, trying to contact your insurer to request tarp replacement. Every time your insurer has to reassess fresh damage, it extends the time it takes to process your claim and perform permanent repairs. As damages increase you may even find your home becomes uninhabitable!

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Joe (GIO Policy holder) with Matthew Lennox from Stormseal

Request Stormseal from your insurer

By arrangement with your insurer, an accredited Stormseal installer will quickly apply Stormseal to your damaged roof or walls to securely weatherproof your home.

Under Stormseal, you’ll sleep soundly, knowing your precious property and family are well protected. You can stay safely in your home, recover from the storm and get on with life.

See Stormseal in action

Case Studies

Pit Crew Roofing protects Florida’s Panhandle with Stormseal

‘It was a simple and smart decision to switch to Stormseal. The product sells itself,’ said Adam Cherup. ‘We love it,’ agreed Brittany, Adam’s wife. ‘It’s opened up more business for us and promotes professionalism, which we really value.’ Adam and Brittany own and operate Pit Crew Roofing and Repair, headquartered in Melbourne, Florida, with…

Pit Crew Roofing protects Florida’s Panhandle with Stormseal

Life’s sometimes not a beach…..Hurricane Michael, Mexico Beach, Florida

It’s been 8 months since Hurricane Michael hit Florida pounding its coast & Mexico Beach, but the area is still in clean up mode, just as hurricane season is about to hit again. There is one damaged home that’s ready for the next hurricane season.

Aftermath of Hurricane Michael, Mexico Beach, Florida | Stormseal Saves Insurers Millions

Get Stormseal

Find your nearest installer or request Stormseal from your insurance company. Download our email template for you to send to your insurer.

Or give us a call on (561) 588 5653 or email sales@stormseal.com to find out how to protect your building with Stormseal.