Sealants defend a building from unwanted penetration of air, water, moisture, sound, fire and more.
Seal Gaps and Cracks
Any gaps, seams or cracks in a structure can allow air, water, moisture, dust, insects and more to pass through. Sealants are used to fill these gaps and provide an effective seal. You can pick a specific type of sealant to fit your application and materials. Sealant is usually applied easily with a caulking gun.
A Variety of Types
Sealants comes in several different application varieties including window, siding, gutters, flashing, firestopping and more. This allows you to match the sealant you use to your substrates as well as your other conditions including temperature and weather. Matching your sealant to your project will allow you to get the most effective sealing results.
Using sealants can enhance a building’s sustainability. By sealing a structure from penetration by air, water and moisture, you can preserve the longevity of the structure, enhance the structure’s strength and control energy consumption. With reduced energy costs, buildings can experience an improved ROI.