MIAMI — WrapRoof™ secured 20 U.S. patent claims in a revolutionary upgrade to blue tarps, becoming the only patented shrink wrap system in the U.S. for protecting damaged commercial and residential roofs.

The company has now launched a first-of-its-kind licensee program for roof contractors and insurance companies nationwide that finally improves the temporary roofing experience for homeowners.

The WrapRoof™ licensing program allows qualified installers and insurance companies to provide the ultimate product and service to their customers, as well as the necessary time to determine the right course of action for each permanent replacement. Roof contractors in the program are provided training for patented installation methods and top-quality materials. Insurance companies that license with WrapRoof™ can save money, limit liability and secure volume rates. Training and licensing are also available for their preferred vendors.  

The WrapRoof™ system has a one-year warranty and it is the most effective and safer way to protect roofs damaged by hurricanes, tornadoes or any destructive force, so homes can be dry and ventilated before insurance adjusters file damage assessments and until roofing contractors can install new roofs.

WrapRoof™ material is made of recyclable low-density polyethylene film with fire retardant capabilities and UV polymers. The plastic is semi-transparent, and the system is fully vented to prevent mold growth. The material is installed without sandbags and without adding any holes into the roof system. It's easy to remove, fully recyclable and does not add any further damage to the existing roof system. It welds the film together to create a continuous impermeable membrane, which makes it possible for the roofing contractor to easily cut the membrane and heat-weld it back together for insurance inspections, without voiding the warranty. 

If you are an insurance company or an experienced roofing contractor that would like to learn more about how the WrapRoof™ system can benefit your operations, contact Larry Bond at