Enable movement while battling the elements
Our exterior wall covers protect expansion joints against weather elements including water, dirt, and dust. From gasketed to metal, color matching is available to blend the covers into surrounding exterior finishes. Infill options are available for select covers to make them virtually invisible.
Types of Exterior Wall Covers
The covers are low maintenance, tamper resistant and perfect for street level applications or any place that prohibits exposed fasteners like schools, prisons, etc. Joint sizes range from 1" to 8".
These gasketed, flush covers are designed to offer multi-directional movement and can be custom colored to match the surrounding walls. The weather tight seals fit within the opening and coordinate to any surrounding areas. Joint sizes range from 3" to 24".
Our foam seal covers are closed-cell ethylene vinyl acetate foam that is watertight, dustproof, airtight, UV stable and chemically resistant. Joint sizes range from 1" to 12".
This exterior wall cover, also known as "invisible joint," is ideal for applications where concealment is desired. The adjacent finish can be applied to this joint to cover or hide it. Joint sizes range from 8" to 34".
Seismic Allway™ Metal
These metal wall covers have self-centering metal center plate that remain flush during thermal movement, but temporarily displace and slide over the surface during seismic movement. Joint sizes range from 1" to 8".
We've Got it Covered
When it comes to expansion joint cover selection, you're not alone. We've got you covered with guides on sizing, waterproofing, fire barriers, building movement, and more.
A critical element of proper joint sizing is to keep proper movement types and ranges in mind.
Types of Building Movement
Prior to selecting a cover, it is crucial to consider which type(s) of building movement your project might encounter.
Building Types: Environments To Consider
Understanding Fire-Rated Expansion Joints
Fire-rated expansion joints are necessary to maintain building safety. Here’s how to incorporate them.
Waterproofing an Expansion Joint
There are several aspects to consider that help prevent water from leaking through the expansion joint and into your building.
Questions to Ask Before Selection
Consider these topics on movement, safety, aesthetic, building resilience, and more when choosing the best cover for your building.
We understand that every project has its own special movement criteria, and that one of our standard designs may not be right for your project. We have a team of technical experts that can work with you to design a custom cover that meets your project’s specific requirements.
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