Bathroom silicone experts
We have carried out a wide range of bathroom and kitchen projects across the South East as renowned specialists in our field.
As bathroom silicone experts, our helpful team will make sure every aspect of your sealant application is performed to a high level of craft, and in a professional and timely manner.
We have created a wonderful portfolio of work across the local area. Have a browse through our gallery of work here.
Silicone sealant is known for its flexibility, durability, and resistance to moisture, making it a versatile and commonly used material for a wide range of sealing and bonding applications in various industries and settings. Our bathroom silicone experts can apply sealant in bathrooms, kitchens, and for windows and doors too.
Silicone sealants are not easily paintable. Most types of silicone sealants do not adhere well to paint, and paint does not adhere well to silicone sealant. This can limit their use in applications where paint or other coatings are desired for aesthetic purposes. Some sealants may not bond effectively with certain materials, such as some plastics, polypropylene, and polyethylene. It is important to carefully select the appropriate type of silicone sealant for the specific materials being sealed to ensure proper adhesion.
Extended silicone sealants are mixed with various types of oils, to increase volume or ease of application. However this often results in decreased performance. We use 100% silicone sealants to ensure greater adhesion, less shrinkage, higher temperature performance, and lower temperature application.
An RTV (Room Temperature Vulcanisation) silicone sealant cures immediately upon being exposed to air, as opposed to water-based sealants. Our bathroom silicone experts are adept at applying this sealant and ensuring the silicone dries to a perfect finish.
Silicone acts as a bond for many materials like ceramic, plastic, metal, wood, and glass. It provides an airtight seal for windows and doors, and prevents water incursion in kitchens and bathrooms, where water splashes can cause deterioration in the wood.