Wet Glazing Services San Diego, CA
Many commercial windows are put together after they’re made with a rubber gasket, which is also called a dry seal. In order to keep moisture out of the window system, this dry seal needs to be pushed by the window. It takes a long time for these gaskets to shrink and get damaged by the weather. When the gaskets inside the windows can’t keep water out, we suggest using wet glazing between the window and the frame. Our team has done several concrete polishing projects in San Diego.
Because the silicone sealant is wet when it comes out of the gun, the name “wet glazing” comes from that fact. Instead of the gasket being put in dry, the gasket is put in wet. After we apply the wet glazing, we make sure it looks the same on both the inside and outside of the window so that it looks the same. When you need a wet glazing contractor, our commercial business is ready to meet and even exceed your needs. Contact us today at Concrete Polishing Solutions.