Stormseal, the game-changing storm response solution that provides powerful protection to homes and buildings until permanent repairs can be made, is urging property owners in areas damaged by Tropical Storm Elsa to contact a Stormseal-certified contractor for long-term temporary protection of their homes or businesses.
“There is a critical shortage of roofing materials that is causing lead times of up to six months for contractors,” said Matthew Lennox, CEO of Stormseal. “Property owners may have to wait a long time to have permanent repairs made. We urge them to seek a solution like Stormseal that shrink wraps to the structure and seals it to keep rain out, preventing further damage for up to a year or more.”
Tarps that have been placed on damaged homes end up flapping in the wind or blowing off completely, allowing rain to enter the structure and cause further damage. Stormseal eliminates that problem by sealing itself around damaged roofs and walls to provide unsurpassed temporary protection from the elements until permanent repairs can be made.
“Being in the middle of storm season, there is a very real chance that property owners may have to weather several storms before their roofs can be repaired,” said Lennox. “Stormseal will make their homes 100 percent watertight and prevent further damage from future storms.”
Stormseal has protected more than 4,000 properties in the United States and over 9,000 internationally. Waterproof, able to withstand hail and 100 mile per hour winds, Stormseal is the smart choice for temporary protection.
Find a certified installer at www.stormseal.com/us.
Stormseal is a strong polyethylene film that heat-shrinks to cover a damaged structure and stays put until permanent repairs are made. When Stormseal is installed on a damaged roof or wall, the application of heat shrinks the film, enhancing its strength and ensuring a perfect fit to the structure, without damaging any underlying materials. For more information visit www.stormseal.com.