People often underestimate what it is to be a professional in the caulking sealant field or the difference between caulking and sealant. Most often, though, the terms are used interchangeably, and the products serve the same purpose: to fill gaps between building materials and to keep water and air out. Just as they do the same job, caulks and sealants fail for the same reasons. There are three types of caulk failure: adhesive, cohesive, and substrate.
You must understand what product to use in your application, You must understand the type of prep that it takes to make proper molecular bonds between two surfaces and also make it aesthetically pleasing while accomplishing the final goal of sealing the surfaces for producing the final result to stop any type of penetration of water, air, dirt or fire.
Each type of sealant caulking we use meets a certain building standard and can be customized to match your design of your project to make it as seamless as possible.