Stormseal accreditation gives Hurricane Michael roofers better make-safe solution
3 December 2018
In the lead up to the landfall of Hurricane Michael, Florida Insurance Commissioner David Altmaier estimated that approximately 500,000 policyholders would be impacted.
The aftermath of the storm has seen that number grow even larger with more than $4 billion in damages across the path of the devastating storm.
This catastrophe is disastrous for residents and business owners and there are knock-on effects that will still be felt for many for weeks and months to come. While roofing contractors are working tirelessly to complete the mountain of rebuilds needed in the wake of the storm, the enormity of the situation means that many home owners will be living under tarps while they await permanent roof repairs.
An innovative Australian company – Stormseal – that has recently expanded to the United States, is doing everything it can to help address this problem by offering training in its game-changing make-safe system that keeps residents safe and dry for extended periods and saves contractors time and money.
Stormseal, manufactured and distributed in the United States, is tested at multiple points during manufacture and has proven its resistance to severe weather in wind-tunnel and hail-impact tests. The product holds two U.S. patents. Stormseal partners with the Australian government and multiple industry companies to ensure comprehensive protection for storm-damaged residential and commercial structures.
Roofing businesses anywhere in the United States can now attend a hands-on, safety-first, one day training program through Optimum Training. Upon completion they will receive a unique web login to the Stormseal website which will allow them to purchase products online and have them shipped quickly to their doorstep.