Regardless of the type of façade your facility may have (i.e. masonry, concrete, glass exterior walls, etc.), the sealants within the structure are vital to its extended life.
The sealant joints are designed to allow for movement while ensuring that the structure remains free from water infiltration. The intrusion of water can be very damaging to both the interior and exterior elements of the building.
Typical Sealant Joints That are Replaced:
- Window perimeters
- Vertical Expansion and control joints
- Capstone joints
- Horizontal Control joints
- Flat-work joints