Roof joints – Joint sealing on roofs is absolutely essential between flashings and around skylights in order to prevent air movement and water leaking into the structure.
Floor joints – Joint sealants on floor joints help protect the flooring against the wear and tear of abrasive cleaning chemicals, high pedestrian traffic and heavy machines such as floor cleaners or forklifts.
Facade joints –Facade joints are designed to allow for movement of the fa?ade. They require joint sealing for good adhesion and for energy saving. These joints are also subject to harsh weather conditions, from which joint sealing can help protect them.
Interior joints – There are different types of interior joints, each requiring different types of sealants.
Window and door installation and insulation – In these areas sealing is especially important as they are pathways for air circulation between the building and the outside. The lack of proper sealing in these areas can lead to large energy losses