Case Studies

Blue Tarps Won’t Last for a Year | Become a Stormseal Installer

Blue Tarps Won’t Last for a Year

Property owners are going to grow weary of constantly having to call their contractor back after their tarps repeatedly blow off. Not to mention that tarps flap in the wind and can allow water to penetrate the home, causing even more damage.

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Pegasus Roofing profitability increases 33% after using Stormseal

Stormseal’s great for our reputation, which is good for business: our profitability has increased by 33% in the past year.

Residents love our work with Stormseal so, more often than not, they get us to quote for their permanent roof repairs too, once their insurance claim is paid. We get more leads and win more jobs because we’ve earned their trust, and they recommend us to others.

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Stormseal weatherproofs buildings to prevent costly further damage

Abereum Roofing team increase 8-fold after Stormseal training

‘I teamed up with three other business partners to set up the roof division of Abereum Roofing & Plumbing a short while ago and it’s taken off, mostly thanks to Stormseal,’ says Mitchell Clarke.

‘We started with just two guys, but I’ve taken on another four already to meet the demand, and I’ll be putting eight more through the Stormseal installer training in the next month.

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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.

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Testimonials

Putting a smile on the face of a previously traumatised victim of extreme weather is a huge reward for Stormseal installers.

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.

Ellie Shefi, Michigan, Homeowner

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

Sally, Homeowner

“I called my insurer and said I wanted Stormseal. Just two hours after the insurer approved it, the Stormseal installers were putting it on my roof. Since then, we’ve had more rain, which has been a good test. Stormseal is properly waterproof, which is a huge relief.

The weeks under tarps were very difficult for us and it’s worse for elderly people and anyone else who can’t manage the physical work of trying to cope with a leaking roof. I’m so glad we have Stormseal now, because if we had to go on under tarps it would be unbearable.

Without a doubt, our insurer should have put Stormseal on in the first place. It would have saved them many thousands of dollars by preventing all the extra damage and also saved the cost of having their builders come back again and again.

And we would have been much happier too.”

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.”

Todd, Homeowner

“Stormseal has been described like a shower cap for your house, it tucks under the eaves and gutters, so seals underneath, just like your hair under the elastic of the cap. I like that metaphor, it really works like this!.

Tarps only work until you need them – they just look like they’re doing something when their over your house, but when the storm comes they fail. I like my new orange, temporary roof, which I know won’t blow away and doesn’t leak!”

Andrew Whitehurst, Pegasus Roofing

“Residents love our work with Stormseal so, more often than not, they get us to quote for their permanent roof repairs too, once their insurance claim is paid. We get more leads and win more jobs because we’ve earned their trust, and they recommend us to others. I’d always prefer to use Stormseal than tarps, because I can take pride in my work and we get more work as a result.”