Caulking


On masonry buildings, caulk is used at expansion joints, perimeter joints and areas where window frames and stoops meet masonry. Caulk is more able to expand, contract, and move than is mortar making it a better sealant for these applications.

An open caulk joint allows unwelcome water into your building and brickwork. It may also allow heated or air-conditioned air to leak out. It may even provide an entrance for unwanted insect pests. Inspection and caulking should be considered
as a part of regular maintenance of your building to maintain its value and increase its aesthetic appeal.

The choice of caulking material and the technique and experience of the workman will make the difference between a neat and effective job and a sloppy and inadequate one. Ourexperience includes work on commercial, governmental, industrial, institutional, and residential buildings

We offer sealant (caulk) installation to new construction, remove existing sealant (caulk) and install new sealant (caulk) to restore existing
structures, repairs to existing structures.

Professional Installation of all types of joint sealant/caulking.

  • Weather Seal
    Install caulk to joints at exterior buildings, install caulk to the perimeter of the windows, curtainwalls, storefronts, panels, brick joints, precast, doors, etc
  • Structural
    Install caulk to joints in curtainwalls, metal to glass and glass to glass structural joints, etc.
  • Firecaulking
    Install fire-rated caulk to fire- rated masonry wall joints, etc.
  • Sanitary
    Install caulk to seal wet areas and fixtures, for aesthetic purposes too…
  • Interior Finish Caulk
    Paintable caulk which is applied to interior surfaces to be able to match the color to other surfaces, achieving a finished look.