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Our premium commercial grade joint sealant is specifically designed to seal cracks and gaps in your concrete. Our advanced long-lasting sealant not only protects and extends the life of your concrete by eliminating water infiltration; it also stops weeds and grass from growing which creates an attractive clean finished look.

Why Sealing Cracks and Joints is Important

Cracks in your concrete are normal and expected however most people don’t realize that cracks and open joints need to be caulked to seal them up. Along with being an eyesore, cracks and gaps in the joints of your concrete allows water to sweep below the slab, which can cause the base to wash away and voids to form. Moisture below the concrete can also cause frost heaving when the ground freezes and expands.

Cracks & Joints Treatment

Repairing and Sealing Cracks in Your Concrete

Homeowners can purchase concrete caulk at their local big box hardware store and spend a weekend sealing cracks. The problem is, along with being a messy and time consuming project, the caulk sold in stores is a polyurethane material that doesn’t last too long. Polyurethane easily cracks when the concrete experiences any movement, which commonly occurs on exterior concrete. Also, after a year or so due to the sunlight the caulk will bubble, shrink and will need to be redone.

Pavement Solutions for Cracks and Joints

Leaking cracks in poured or block foundation walls? Cracks in a concrete slab, basement floor, driveway, garage, patio, or sidewalk? Leaky floor-to-wall or control joints? Spalling, pitting, or flaking outdoor concrete? Since 1997, we have been offering professionals waterproofing contractors and DIY homeowners the widest selection of the most advanced concrete crack repair materials for permanent repairs of cracks, joints, gaps, pipe protrusions, and spalling indoor or outdoor concrete.

Pavement cracks and joints are not the same. Cracks are caused by deterioration of the pavement. Obviously, pavement is best when it is first constructed. As sunlight oxidizes the pavement and seasonal temperature changes expand and contract the pavement, cracks form. Water, impurities, and debris infiltrate the cracks and continue to degrade the pavement and put the pavement’s subbase at risk.