Mitigate the Loss with Global Wrap®
Global Wrap® has been in every hurricane since 1993. We have saved thousands of homes and businesses from further damage and insurance claims. The company has also been in earthquakes in San Francisco, Armenia and Iran.
Shrink Wrap Roof Systems
When the roof of a facility is damaged by a hurricane, tornado, or fire, the interior of the building is exposed to water damage that will continue until the roof is sealed up or a new one is installed. While the roof is left open, significant damage of the contents and interior spaces, the loss continues to grow. The loss is also compounded by the loss of production. The longer a structure is compromised, the greater costs. Global Wrap® mitigates the loss by sealing the damaged roof or wall so the drying and restoration can begin. Global Wrap®'s Shrink Wrap Roof System minimizes business interruption costs and assists in getting the facility back up and running before and during the reconstruction. Global Wrap® is fast to install, resists high winds and can last up to a year or more in the sun. While tarps disintegrate in the sun or blow away, Global Wrap® stays drum-tight and seamless. The system limits the business interruption time and can assist in getting the facility back up and running before and during the reconstruction.
Temporary Curtain Walls - FleX Walls©
When a wall is damaged, Global Wrap® can quickly install its FleX-Wall system to close up the opening and protection the interior from further damage or excessive business interruption.
Global Wrap® is the original shrink wrap contractor that travels to disaster sites. We can erect a temporary building to be used for storage, or temporary work shop. Global Wrap® works with structural engineers on many projects to design the building to withstand high winds, snow and ice.
Global Wrap® installed the first Quick Shelters©, in the Armenian earthquake area in 1988, and again in the 1990 earthquake in Iran. These Quick Shelters© were used for housing and emergency medical centers, and got the people out of the subfreezing temperatures when their homes had been utterly destroyed.