We believe that our company and products are great, but it’s always nice to hear what others think too. We love when people choose to highlight what we are doing as a company and we are even more thrilled when someone likes our products enough to recommend them to others. Below is a compilation of some of our favorite product or company features from this year.
The weather is getting colder and many on us are starting to spend more time indoors. Here are a few home improvement projects to tackle to prepare for the colder weather.
There are an overwhelming amount of different caulks out there and choosing the right one for the right job can be a little difficult. Here is a quick guide to eliminate the stress and help you to pick the perfect caulk for your project.
Honestly, not using your caulk entirely won’t make or break your project budget, but why waste what you can use later? Here are three quick tips to show you how to preserve your open caulk tube.
Tintable caulk is one of the newest trends in the home building and renovation industry. Whether it’s for your own personal project or for a client, the ability to customize is essential to success. For so long, one of the elements of our building projects that couldn’t be customized was the caulk color, until now. You want red caulk? No problem! With Red Devil’s Create-A-Color Caulk Coloring System, you have everything you need to complete your custom project.
Caulking your shower surround doesn't have to be a hassle if you follow some of the easy tips below. Before you know it, you will be on your way to a beautiful, blended shower surround joint.
Alright, you've gotten past the hard part- the tedious application process- but it's not over yet! A caulk bead isn't fully adhered to the surface or attractive until it has been tooled or smoothed within the joint. Follow the five best practices below to ensure you get a durable, aesthetically pleasing bead.
With modern industry innovations, some caulking guns now come with a no-drip feature that prevents the pressure of the gun from pushing too much caulk out. However, if you are stuck with an old school caulk gun, one easy trick will prevent caulk over flow.