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Our sealing services range from repairing joints to wet sealing windows. We have experience replacing silicone caulking as well as urethane caulking. Our experienced caulkers are trained in order to effectively access a variety of difficult areas and tool caulk to perfection.

  • Tilt up joint caulking
  • Window wet seal
  • Exterior painting
  • Crack chasing
  • Site work
  • Joint work

Small leaks can turn into big problems. Call Coastal at 760.930.0070 to get the job done right the first time.

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McCain Manufacturing Building, Vista

Property Manager: McCain Manufacturing

Commercial Renovation Project: Coastal painted 26,700 square feet of commercial building façade using Sherwin Williams Loxon Acrylic Conditioner primer and two coats of Sherwin Williams Conflex Sherlastic Elastomeric Coating. Using a boom lift for application, Coastal mimicked the building’s existing paint scheme.

In addition to exterior painting, Coastal removed and replaced 1,000 linear feet of existing tilt up sealant and backer rod using Sika-2 C NS sealant. Also, filled, patched and sealed cracks in concrete tilt up panels using Sika-11 FC and elastomeric patching compound. To complete the building’s waterproofing package, wet sealed 13,132 linear feet of windows by removing and replacing deteriorated gaskets using DowSil 795 and installing Bostik PRO-MS 50 anodized aluminum over window perimeter sealant.

Finish Caulking

San Diego International Airport

Contractor: California Sheet Metal

New Construction Project: Coastal helped weatherproof over 20,000 square feet of San Diego International Airport’s new expansion, the 130,000 square foot Federal Inspections building. After California Sheet Metal installed custom metal panels to the exterior of the new facility, Coastal installed finish caulking on the panel joints using DowSil 795 to create a weather barrier to protect the substrate underneath. Dow’s silicone products are top of the line in construction sealants, and can typically last up to 20 years after install.

Coastal most recently worked with California Sheet Metal on another high profile weatherproofing project, Makers Quarter’s Block D, a 60,000 square foot collaborative office building.

Window Wet Seal

Evening Creek Drive, San Diego

Property Manager: H.G. Fenton Company

Commercial Renovation Project: Coastal wet sealed 9,102 linear feet of windows of commercial office buildings on Evening Creek Drive using Dow Corning 795 to ensure up to a 20-year life of the window joints. Repaired damaged windows by removing and replacing deteriorated gaskets rather than replacing the entire window system thus saving the property manager time and money.

We previously worked with H.G. Fenton on a variety of window wet seal, perimeter and tilt-up joint projects at their properties across the county.

Site Work: Ivanhoe Avenue

Keller Williams office building, La Jolla

General Contractor: White Construction

Commercial Renovation Project: Coastal coordinated with painters to seal 15,000 linear feet of aluminum panels quickly and under budget in the well known Keller Williams office building in La Jolla. We contributed to the building’s full exterior make over by installing new silicone sealant at exterior aluminum panels using Sika 1A and Dow Corning 795.

Our reputation led to this project after previously working with White Construction on multiple sealing projects including replacing sidewalk joints at Islands at Carlsbad.

Window Wet Seal: Carlsbad

Carlsbad Research Center, Faraday Avenue

General Contractor: Clemlowe Services

Tenant Improvement Project: Repaired damaged windows of a commercial office building in Carlsbad Research Center by removing and replacing deteriorated gaskets. Coastal wet sealed the windows using Dow Corning 795 to ensure up to a 20-year life of the window joints.

We have previously worked with Clemlowe on a variety of TI projects including tilt up joint work and sidewalk joints at local commercial office buildings, most recently an office on Hidden Valley Road.