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We can't stop the rain—
but we can stop the leaks!
Striking (troweling) new sealant into expansion joint
SEAL OUT THE ELEMENTS
Sealants protect your building from the elements such as extreme weather, water damage, and pests. All of these hazards can drastically impact your building's structure.
In addition, buildings undergo constant movement, which is normal, but sealants age over time due to ultraviolet degradation and pollution, and the movement of the building can cause an increase in the failure rate.
To maintain a solid defense against the elements, CAWC can repair or apply the proper type of sealant specifically designed for your commercial application.
TYPES OF SEALANTS
Caulking & Sealants
We use silicones, urethanes, and hybrid-based sealants, taking into consideration your building’s substrate to determine the best course of action, and we pay special attention to the details, ensuring the best possible protection for your building.
Our high performance exterior coatings protect your building from the toughest elements. Elastomeric is five times thicker than paint, applying a strong yet flexible coating to waterproof the exterior of your commercial building. These coatings are designed to bridge hairline fractures and secure an airtight seal. This type of coating is most commonly applied to concrete, masonry, stucco, and other rough exterior surfaces.
When you need to maintain a pristine appearance for concrete but still require protection from moisture, clear sealers are the perfect solution, ensuring the treated surfaces last years longer, remain cleaner, and uphold their appearance without succumbing to water damage.
CAWC understands that not every building is built the same. If your property requires a unique coating or epoxy to protect interior spaces, we can take care of that. From mechanical rooms to cafeterias and more, we provide industrialized coatings to maintain your building's interior spaces.
Expansion & Seismic Joint Repair
Structural joints are designed to relieve stress on particular structures and materials during normal building movement. While you won’t feel it, buildings shift and move due to temperature changes, wind, and seismic occurrences. Over time these joints can break down, causing stress on the rest of the building. CAWC has the training and experience to repair, replace, and maintain expansion and seismic joints for your building’s long-range stability