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Traditionally, storm-damaged houses have been covered with large tarps until the insurance claim is settled and final repairs are made. The problem is that over the life of an insurance claim, which can be up to 12 months after a major weather event, tarps fail five times on average and often more than 10 times.
This means continual tarp replacements, additional time and cost and further damage to the property, not to mention stress to the owner and occupants.
Stormseal doesn’t have this problem – it goes on once and stays on, no matter how long the insurance claim process lasts.
Stormseal was used long-term to secure 160 homes in Florida until permanent repairs could be made.
Following the 2020 hailstorm that caused widespread damage across Australia's capital, Stormseal helped protect iconic institutions including the National Library of Australia, The Academy of Sciences, The National Film and Sound Archive and several buildings at ANU.
After the hailstorm in January 2020, ANU called on Stormseal to protect their buildings from further damage until full repairs could be made.
In January 2020, buildings at the Australian National University (ANU) were severely hail damaged in a hailstorm.