Wet Glazing

Wet Glazing useIn commercial structures, wet glazing typically refers to the use of sealants to adhere glass, metal, and other finish materials to the structural components of a building envelope.  Though often a non-structural application intended to seal the joint between the glass and the perimeter frame or mullion system in order to provide a watertight condition, products with structural properties can be utilized if the glazing is serving as the primary attachment mechanism of the façade component to the structure.  Whether replacing failed joint sealant or replacing gaskets that have deteriorated, shifted, or shrunk, Everclear Enterprises, Inc. is very experienced in providing wet glazing services on everything from single units that have developed leaks to complete window systems throughout the envelope of a structure.