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GAF StormGuard 200 sq. ft. Roll Film Surfaced Leak Barrier


StormGuard 200 sq. ft. Roll Film Surfaced Leak Barrier

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Product Overview

This quality leak barrier creates a watertight seal that keeps water out of the most vulnerable areas of your roof, including the eaves, rakes, valleys, and around the chimneys. It prevents costly repairs to your home by protecting your home from wall or ceiling staining, which can be caused by water damming in your gutters, wind-driven rain, and in colder areas, damaging ice dams.

  • Looks better: fiberglass reinforcement helps resist wrinkling/buckling lays flatter under shingles
  • Dependable: Self-seals around nails or metal roofing fasteners
  • Saves labor: Split-back release film peels off in layers for faster installation
  • Keeps water out of the most vulnerable areas of your roof, including the eaves, rakes, valleys, and around the chimneys
  • Split-back release film peels off in layers for fast installation
  • Note: Product may vary by store
  • Style Guide:



Coverage Area (sq. ft.)
Product Thickness (in.)
8.5 in
Product Width (in.)
Unrolled length (ft.)


Color Family
Product Weight (lb.)
63.2 lb
Roofing Product Type

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Varies by Application - See Warranty

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Customer Questions & Answers

Does this roll only cover 2.0 square feet? Or is it 24" wide x _________length?

If this roll covers only 2.0 square feet for $75.90 per roll that is $27.95 per square foot ~ is that correct. Shingles are only $1.00 per square foot.
Asked by: Perley
It is 36" wide and is self adhesive. If you have a problem area it will seal the leak
Answered by: Emcee56
Date published: 2017-07-20

metal roof

can this product be allowed to touch the metal of a metal roof without any problems?
Asked by: fred
Owens Corning WeatherLock makes one just for metal and tile roofs. Note that in a lot of places we have to put a fire risistant underlayment under metal roofs. Check your local code, if you are geting it inspected. VersaShield Fire-Resistant Underlayment is what I have used.
Answered by: Zeebilt
Date published: 2017-02-09

StormGuard can used without nails on metal roof

StormGuard can used without nails on metal roof
Asked by: cm
Hello, StormGuard Film-Surfaced Leak Barrier does not require nails for installation. Installation Instructions can be found here -, and, our product and technical team is available to assist. They can be reached at 877-GAF-ROOF (877-423-7663), Option 5. Thank you for your question.
Answered by: GAFProductExpert
Date published: 2017-04-11

what is the Florida noa number for this product?

Asked by: Renderbydesign
Hello, and thank you for your question. StormGuard Film-Surfaced Leak Barrier is both Miami-Dade County Product Control and State of Florida approved. Our product team is happy to answer any additional code questions you may have. They can be reached at 877-GAF-ROOF (877-423-7663), Option 5.
Answered by: GAFProductExpert
Date published: 2017-04-05
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Customer Reviews

StormGuard 200 sq. ft. Roll Film Surfaced Leak Barrier is rated 3.3 out of 5 by 25.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I put this on my wood shed 2 years ago, because I know it would be a few months before I would ge... I put this on my wood shed 2 years ago, because I know it would be a few months before I would get to put shingles on, still no shingles no leaks held up so far, I know it is not designed for exposure for that long. I guess I better get it covered but could not be happier with it. Note when installing put a few staples across the top were the next roll will cover to hold it place, pull up the bottom and peel stick it down then pop the staples and peel and stick the top.
Date published: 2017-02-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent product... Excellent product
Date published: 2017-04-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from STORMGUARD, ITS STUCK TO MY HAND Stormguard is a pain to use, until u start to think about what it is and how it works, so i used it to my advantage, first its heavy, so i cut it on the ground, (instead of on the roof), second it seals around the nails and if you read the install sheets it should be cap nailed down, so to stop it from sliding off the roof i would put a couple of nails in the top 3 inches to hold until i can get the white paper film of off the bottom half and stick it down,pull the nail at the top, peal the paper and your done, then just nail the rest down, The only down side i can think of at this point is that the white film paper on the back is so hard to cut, but i fixed that problem too, just put if face down and cut the back side first, seems to work for me, By the time i am done with my roof, i will have used 13 rolls of the stuff, i have used 4 as of today, i'm working alone on a 33 square roof that is my summer project, i will review every GAF product is have used under the maininbuff heading
Date published: 2016-06-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from good product, would recommend First off, for the price vs grace, it is well worth the small issues that it has. Grace provides small 33' rolls for a lot more in price vs this stuff which is 66.6' and about a hundred dollars cheaper than the grace. I did my roof myself, and the biggest issue I had was keeping it straight down the roof line on the first course. The back liner is very slippery plastic and my pitch was only 4/12, but it still slid down, but that is also mostly my issue since I did it myself. If I would've had help, it would've been easier. The plastic backing tears easily while peeling off from the backside. I tried to do it a few different ways, and the best way was simply do the bottom layer, and then the top separately. If the rolls are left out in the sun, the plastic becomes more difficult to remove, and sometimes tears off during peeling, not a huge deal, but if you get any part of the outside of the plastic stuck to the face of the ice shield, it is NOT coming off, only one side of the plastic is non stick. The product does stick when the roof isn't hot (above 65 degrees), but once its down, don't think about taking it back off. I had an issue where it buckeled and tried to pull the bad section back off, and it took the first layer of zip system with it. I had a few small areas where the entire thing had a bubble under it, or where it didn't adhere, but it seemed to be that it wasn't pulled tight enough and there was extra product in that area. It could've been from "course correction" when I was trying to keep it straight. That said, it would be beneficial to maybe J roll the entire thing. It needs the pressure of something similar to a j roller to press the adhesive into place, it won't lay down and stick everywhere all on its own. I suppose the shingle weight takes care of that issue, but I am very detail oriented and it bothered me. I would buy it again, and I will recommend it to anyone who needs to purchase this type of product. There is no way the grace is worth the price they want for the tiny rolls when compared to this product.
Date published: 2015-05-17
Rated 1 out of 5 by from GAF let me down ! This product did not stick to plywood. Very hard to work with. Left sit for two days and came back to bubbles and wrinkles. 85 degree day so it should have stuck. It does stick to itself real good. GAF needs to look at this and correct the problem. It was installed over new plywood. I hope the GAF shingles and starter shingles don't fail also. They advertise you need to use three of there products to get the lifetime warranty They need to do better on this product. I should have read the reviews before I purchased this product. They all say the same thing.
Date published: 2016-06-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from GAF Stormguard I had been requested by an insurance agent to use the GAF Stormguard on a roof that had very little slope. The home owner had the roof replaced 2 time before & it always leaked causing damage. During a recent storm a tree limb broke & the wind brushed the limb against the rolled roofing causing tares but the water did not get through. I would highly reccomend this product for problem areas.
Date published: 2009-09-17
Rated 2 out of 5 by from As the writing on the box states, this product adheres OVER TIME. It does not stick readily to ne... As the writing on the box states, this product adheres OVER TIME. It does not stick readily to new plywood, painted surfaces, or anything other than a very rough, very warm surface. And forget trying to fold a few inches over the fascia at the eaves - it will not stick. I've tried to staple an overlap to fascia every 6 inches and it just won't stick. Full sun, 80 degrees, doesn't matter. I finally got frustrated enough that I ripped it off, returned my unused rolls, and bought Grace Ice and Water Shield. Costs 2x as much but it does its job. Period.
Date published: 2016-10-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Product I bought this product to put on a low slope roof of a shed I was building. I was hesitant as I had read other reviews about it not sticking and being hard to work with. I can assure you that as an amateur I had no problems with this product other than it may be too sticky. It went on easily, stuck to the roof (OSB, and everything else), and provided a nice underlayment to the shingles. I would recommend to anyone.
Date published: 2015-03-31
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