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Construction Caulk & Sealants

Construction Caulk & Sealants

These thick, paste-like compounds bond common construction materials together to fill gaps and surface imperfections in order to seal out moisture, debris, and air.

Panel & Drywall

These high-strength compounds adhere large, flat materials to studs or flat surfaces, such as when installing wood paneling or attaching drywall to studs.

General Purpose

Wall Base


Tub & Shower



Window & Door

These sealants are flexible enough after cure to handle swelling and foundation movement.

Paintable After Cure

Not Paintable After Cure

Bathroom & Kitchen

Special formulas ensure these sealants meet both the sealing and aesthetic needs for bathroom and kitchen.

Paintable After Cure

Not Paintable After Cure

HVAC & Electrical

The choice for heating, cooling, and ventilation as well as electrical applications.

Duct sealant prevents air leaks in both low- and high-pressure duct systems. It can be used indoors or outdoors.

Hazardous-location sealing cement applies to sealing fittings and hubs to help contain and inhibit the passage of explosive gases in classified areas.

Insulation sealant encloses fiberglass ducts and duct insulation to prevent dust, fibers, and other contaminants from getting into the air.

Firestop sealant expands in high temperatures to fill gaps caused by burning materials. It meets ASTM E-814/UL 1479 fire test standards.

Silicone Sealant

Urethane Sealant

Sealing Gum

Duct Sealant

Hazardous Location Sealing Cement

Insulation Sealant

Firestop Sealant


Choose the sealant that is compatible with your flooring type or material.


For Subfloors

For Wood Flooring

For Vinyl Tile

For Carpet

Roof & Gutter

Protect against the elements with these roof and gutter adhesives and coatings.

Roofing Adhesive

Roof Coating

Gutter Adhesive

Vehicle Frames

Use this flexible compound to seal lap seams on trucks, trains, and trailers.

Underwater Sealing

Also known as marine adhesives, these weather-resistant sealants maintain flexibility both above and below the waterline to handle vibration, swelling, and shrinking.