The once-simple act of buying a tube of caulk has become a frustrating challenge for DIYers and professional contractors alike.
Walk into any home center or hardware store and you’ll find a dizzying array of caulks, sealants, adhesives, cements and mastics designed to seal gaps, fill cracks, plug holes and bond to various building materials.
The result of all these options is that it’s often difficult to find the most appropriate caulk for your specific project.
But, within the sea of caulking tubes lining the store shelves is a family of superior products known as elastomeric sealants.
About Elastomeric Sealants
Elastomeric sealants have a well-earned reputation for being extremely durable, tenaciously strong, and easy to apply. And, once fully cured, they’re resilient, yet flexible to accommodate any expansion and contraction, a phenomenon known as dynamic joint movement.
These sealants can be used indoors or out and will bond to virtually any building material, including wood, steel, stone, tile, brick, glass, plastics and vinyl.
Most importantly, elastomeric sealants are highly resistant to seasonal movement and long-term exposure