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We offer an assessment of an exteriors caulking   

Caulking is probably the most important element to keeping water from getting behind building materials and components.  It also is the most overlooked and under maintained aspect to home maintenance. Caulking has a finite life and when it fails it can have costly consequence with wood rotting and mold growth.  It doesn't hurt to do an annual inspection of one's exterior to catch early signs of failure.


  • Windows

  • Doors

  • Trim

  • Siding

  • Brick


 They help with: 

  • Aesthetics

  • Energy costs 


 And Keeping Out: 

  • Water

  • Air

  • Dust

  • Insects


 Caulking breaks down from: 

  • UV rays and hot weather

  • Rain

  • Ice

  • Shrinking 

  • Losing Elasticity

  • Becoming brittle



Caulking compounds are flexible sealing 

compounds used to close up gaps around:

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