Brena Group is the only asbestos-accredited installer of Stormseal in Australia. We specialise in ‘make-safe’ works that follow a storm or fire event, particularly in properties that contain friable asbestos, such as super 6 roofing.
Stormseal replaces the necessity for PVA spray or any equivalent, along with the repeated re-application involved with sealing the contaminated roof or wall areas following an event. Stormseal method is considerably more efficient to remove during the remediation phase than traditional spray adhesives, therefore significantly reducing the overall claim cost to insurers.
What is Stormseal?
Stormseal is a polyethylene film that heat-shrinks to securely wrap a damaged roof or structure. Unlike tarpaulins, Stormseal stays put until permanent repairs can be made, resisting wind, rain and hail and preventing further distress and costly damage.
This award-winning, Australian innovation has now protected more than 9,000 buildings globally and helps businesses and communities recover faster after damaging conditions.
Stormseal gives insurers time to investigate and settle on a cost-effective solution, while keeping occupants safely in their home.
Stormseal provides the following cost savings:
- Less ongoing maintenance that a tarp, if any
- Lower make safe costs be removing the need to re-apply sealants which only have a short lifespan
- Lower remediation costs be removing the necessity for spray-sealant removal
- Lower reinstatement costs from the remedial builder for repairing sealant after its removal from structures that are not be replaced
- Removes the need for long-term temporary accommodation and associated costs
A better encapsulation solution than PVA sprays and tarping – these
solutions aren’t weatherproof.
Stormseal encapsulates asbestos fibres, eradicating the spread of fibres and preventing the need for re-apllication of spray sealants.
Stormseal provides the following environmental benefits:
- UV resistant
- Fire retardant
- Storm proof