Silicone Sealing Repairs

What is Silicone Sealing? 

Silicone sealants form a touch, powerful, highly flexible joint using a single component silicone joint sealant for facade applications. Silicone is a gun applied, neutral sealant that is fast curing and forms a durable, weathertight seal.

Construction Silicone remains permanently flexible even once it has fully dried or cured. This type of sealant can withstand very high temperatures, making it ideal for applications that suffer high heat exposure. Silicone is suitable for bathrooms windows, sealing lap joints in metal guttering, aluminium roofing, flashings and downpipes.


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What does Silicon Sealing do?

Silicone sealants are designed to block and protect a surface from water and other weathering elements. Common things that silicone prevents from penetrating are:


The most common reason for sealant application – to prevent water ingress.

Dirt and Dust

Natural dirt and dust build-up can lead to the silicone not being adhesive.

Other Weathering Elements

Strong storms and natural debris often penetrates small areas. Silicone helps eliminate this risk.

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BUSS offers over 20 years’ experience in joint sealing and all silicone sealants within the remedial and new build sectors. BUSS staff knowledge and expertise in silicone sealing mean that we can analyse the scope of damage to the structure and clean, then apply the necessary sealant. For more information on our joint sealing and silicone sealant services, please call us on (08) 9444 1732 or use the contact form below.

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