After 10-15 years, the caulking installed in openings between doors, windows and masonry dries out and is no longer waterproof. As a result, water may seep into poorly caulked joints and brick degradation problems are to be expected.
What is caulking?
Caulking consists of filling the joints with an expandable product to prevent water and even air from infiltrating between two surfaces.
What type of caulking should I choose?
CAM Construction uses the commercial grade type of NP1 caulking. It lasts twice as long as a standard caulking and is more expandable. It is used to seal the junctions between cornices, between 2 different types of materials, between balconies and masonry. Several colors are available for a beautiful harmonization of the different surfaces.