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Stormseal Video Playlist: 2019

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Stormseal vs Tarps | CSR Wind Tunnel Test

When it comes to high winds and rain, tarps do not stand a chance... and they're dangerous. Meanwhile, Stormseal didn't even flinch in 100 mph winds.


The Department of Employment, Skills, Small and Family Business recently featured Stormseal

Australian builder turned inventor, Matthew Lennox, saw an opportunity in the market to protect storm damaged homes and businesses in Australia. With the help of the Australian Government’s Entrepreneurs’ Progamme and the instant asset write-off, Matthew expanded his business.


Stormseal still strong, 7 months after Hurricane Michael hit Mexico Beach, Florida

We’ve had many days of rain and wind squalls during the past months yet the house has remained dry inside and the Stormseal still looks the same. Most of the tarpaulins in the area have either blown off or been replaced a number of times,” Dan and Cindy said.

“Stormseal has allowed us to ‘get on with life’. We are all so busy these days, a disaster like this really turns things upside down,” they said.

“With Stormseal we’ve been able to salvage what we could and get on with the insurance process…which takes time! We haven’t had to worry about additional damages or trying to secure the tarpaulin over and over again.”


Stormseal Provides Peace of Mind in the Aftermath of Hurricane Michael

Forget flapping, leaking, failing tarps...

 

When severe storms strike, insurance builders usually attempt to protect damaged properties with tarps. As wind and rain continue, tarps often rip, blow off, leak, or collapse, resulting in further property damage and stress and harm to occupants and owners. Builders are called back again and again to replace failed tarps while insurance claims escalate.


Homeowner Testimonial - Kumar on Christmas Eve

Insist on Stormseal to protect the things you love.

Tarps fail frequently – they flap, leak, rip, collapse and blow off – potentially causing damage to your home and stress. Stormseal gives you and your family the peace of mind you need after the storm.


 


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