Caulking can be a small job with big results. Whether you need to replace old or install new caulking, call the experienced professionals at House Doctors.
We can help you with every space in your home including:
It’s important to inspect your caulking now and to make sure it’s still sealing the places that it was intended to seal. The right caulk repair can help keep your home more energy-efficient and save you money. House Doctors can replace, install, and inspect your caulking.
House Doctors can advise which type to use and where you should be using the caulking in your home. Consider some of the benefits below.
Caulk serves as a watertight sealant in the joints and creases for countertops and various fixtures and prevents water from seeping in cracks and crevices, causing costly water damage to walls, cabinets, flooring, and more. To prevent water damage in your home make sure your faucets, countertops, vanities, cabinets, toilets, sinks, and more are properly sealed with caulking.
Several areas of the home can create drafts and let the cold or hot air out if they are not properly sealed with caulk. The most susceptible areas of the home for energy loss are the windows and doors. If the borders of these fixtures are not sealed correctly, the hot and cold air produced by your HVAC unit escapes, causing it to work harder and use more energy to maintain the temperature in your home.
When a home is properly caulked it provides protection from unwanted outdoor creatures and dirt from entering your living space. These outdoor elements can range from dust, dirt and moisture from rain and snow to insects and small critters. Prevent any weather-related damage such as wood rot, mold, and mildew by calling House Doctors to install/inspect your windows and doors on a regular basis.
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