Are you tired of the air gaps in walls, sealing, or in doors and windows? We are the best in Melbourne with our caulking services. We provide caulking services that make your life easy once and for all from these leakages and gaps. We provide several caulking services, including silicon, aluminum, and concrete caulking.
Seeing leaks everywhere around us is so common, we can see them everywhere. From bathrooms to washrooms to balconies, to kitchens, leakages are everywhere. The leakages are not good to eyes but is equality not good to the material under threat. It slowly erodes the material too. So it is very important to fill the gaps with suitable material to keep the material in good condition as well as its aesthetic.
We understand this and strive to fix the gaps in a way that is durable and does not compromise the aesthetic appeal of the material. To maintain quality, we never compromise on the quality of caulking or the caulking expert.
We provide caulking services that meet Australian caulking standards. The caulking services we offer include silicone caulking, concrete caulking, and aluminum caulking. Our expertise ranges from Kitchen caulking to Bathroom caulking to Shower caulking to Balconies and Basements. We can fix gaps between tiles, in cabinets, doors, and in windows. Our caulking services are of the highest quality.
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We have listed here the most frequently asked questions about our caulking services to make it easier for our customers.
The exact estimated price can be defined after inspection, however, on average the Caulking charges range from 4-6 AUD per foot, with the inclusion of material and labor costs.
Caulk and silicone are both types of sealants, but caulk is a general term whereas silicon is a specific term. Caulk refers to a variety of sealants made from several materials such as acrylic, latex, and silicone as silicone refers to the sealant which is made of silicone rubber.
Caulk is generally cheaper than silicone and easier to work with. It is also paintable, making it a good choice for sealing gaps and seams in interior applications, such as around windows and doors, baseboards, and trim. However, the drawback of caulk is that it is less durable, especially in areas where there is moisture or high temperature.
Silicone is much more expensive than caulk, but they are much more durable and flexible. The silicone is waterproof and mildew-resistant, making it ideal for use in bathrooms and kitchens, around windows and doors, and on exterior surfaces. The drawback of Silicone is that it is not paintable, but they have a variety of colors to match the paint.
Caulking comes into play when there is a crack or gap that appears in between building materials, such as wood, drywall, brick, concrete, and metal. Caulking is used to seal and seams these gabs. It is a flexible material that can expand and contract to accommodate changes in temperature and humidity.
Caulking is most commonly used:
Caulk is not permanent, but it can last for many years if properly applied and maintained. The durability of caulk depends on the type of caulk used, the application, and the environmental conditions.
Acrylic caulk is generally less durable than other types of caulk and its lifespan is around 5-10 years. Latex caulk is more durable than acrylic caulk and durability range of 15 years. In terms of durability Silicone caulk is the best, can be durable for over 20 years.
Acrylic caulk is typically less durable than other types of caulk and may need to be replaced every 5-10 years. Latex caulk is more durable than acrylic caulk and may last for up to 15 years. Silicone caulk is the most durable type of caulk and can last for over 20 years.