What Is Joint Sealant?
Like many building owners, you may find yourself wondering what a joint sealer is. To put it simply, joint sealants are used to seal joints and voids between two or more substrates, and are a critical component for building design and construction. The main purpose of sealants is to prevent air, water, or other environmental elements from entering or exiting the structure while permitting limited movement of the substrates. Sealants have a wide variety of commercial and residential applications. In selecting the proper joint sealant for a specific application, it is important to consult a qualified professional.
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Our caulking specialists have the expertise to provide exterior caulking services to the most critical areas of a structure: joints, both control and expansion; soffits and fascia; and frames around windows and doors, as well as glass. We recommend regular inspections of caulk to ensure the material is serving its purpose—to safeguard against moisture and to provide insulation.
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