Sealants & Adhesives

Depending on the specific application and desired properties, sealants and adhesives are available in different forms, including liquids, pastes, tapes, or films. They are applied using various methods, such as caulking, spraying, or troweling, and require proper surface preparation and application techniques to ensure optimal performance.

At Fastbuild, we stock a wide range of sealants and adhesives such as filler, tape, glues, sandpaper and more, all at rock-bottom prices from big brands, including Soudal, Everbuild, Cox, Gorilla and more!

When you order with Fastbuild, you can get next working day delivery direct to your home, site or office, and on all orders over the value of £50, delivery is free.

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What Are Sealants in Construction?

Sealants are materials that seal gaps, joints, and interfaces between building components. Sealants are typically flexible and capable of forming a barrier against air, water, moisture, dust, noise, and other unwanted elements. Sealants are used to ensure weatherproofing, waterproofing, sound insulation, fire resistance, and overall building envelope protection. 

Sealants come in different formulations, such as silicone, polyurethane, acrylic, and hybrid sealants, each with specific properties suitable for different applications.

What Are Adhesives in Construction?

Adhesives are substances used to bond or join materials together in construction. This product creates a strong and durable connection between surfaces, providing structural integrity and enhancing the overall strength of the construction. 

Adhesives can be used for various applications, including bonding materials like wood, metal, glass, plastic, and composite materials. Adhesives come in different types, such as epoxy, polyurethane, acrylic, and cyanoacrylate adhesives, each with specific characteristics suitable for different bonding requirements.

Benefits of Sealants and Adhesives in Construction 

Both sealants and adhesives play critical roles in construction, providing essential functions such as sealing gaps, joints, and interfaces and creating strong bonds between materials.