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Your Guide to Preparing for Monsoon Season

Now that winter has turned into spring, it won’t be long before summer’s arrival, along with the Valley’s annual monsoon season. According to the National Weather Service, the Northern Arizona Monsoon season officially begins on June 15 and ends on September 30, with the summer solstice falling on June 21 this year. Find out how...

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Springtime Window Check-Up

According to the National Weather Service in Phoenix, Phoenix set a new daily record on March 25 when temperatures reached 96 degrees, marking the season’s first warm front. The weather service also reported that hot, dry, and windy conditions are prevalent during spring. Together, these conditions will likely prompt residents to turn on their air...

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A New Year to Promote Good Indoor Air Quality

Many people go into a New Year by setting goals for themselves. The most popular resolutions are typically centered around improving one’s health and finances. To help your building’s occupants achieve their goals in these areas, property owners and facility managers must focus on sealing air leaks – which can improve energy efficiency – and...

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Your Commercial Winter Safety Checklist

It’s a wonderful time of year to start preparing your building for the colder months ahead. By doing this, you can ensure not only a warm and cozy environment for your employees and customers but one that prioritizes safety. A local sealant company like Royalty Sealants that is family-owned and operated can help you do just that...

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Don’t Be Haunted by Air Infiltration

Celebrated annually on October 31, the spookiest day of the year – Halloween is right around the corner. Halloween is characterized by of-the-moment costumes, neighborhood trick-or-treaters, carving pumpkins into Jack-o’-Lanterns, and great frights at local haunted houses. However, these things are all temporary, but what may not be are the effects of air infiltration due...

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Services to Maintain Your Commercial Building This Fall

Bring on the cooler temperatures, colorful foliage, and cozy sweaters because it’s officially autumn. The return of fall provides commercial and industrial property owners or managers with the perfect opportunity to consider contacting a silicone sealant contractor about installing fire caulking, weatherizing the building, applying traffic coatings, and pressure washing its exterior. Prevent Fire Spread According to...

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Weatherization: Protect Your Building During Monsoon Season

According to the National Weather Service Forecast Office in Phoenix, the Valley has received 3.37 inches of rainfall since June 15, the beginning of the annual monsoon season. They announced this using the @NWSPhoenix Twitter feed, adding that Phoenix typically receives 1.45 inches of rain from June 15 through August 17. Recent storms have flooded...

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How Backer Rods Help Prevent Water Intrusion

As the southwestern monsoon season continues, the Valley has experienced recent storm activity, leaving many areas damaged or flooded. Some neighborhoods, like Phoenix, have also seen power outages as recently as July 10. The annual monsoon season officially runs from June 15 to September 30, producing a significant percentage of the area’s annual precipitation, per...

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Royalty Sealants is Hiring for Monsoon Season

Arizona’s annual monsoon season officially began on Tuesday, June 15, and runs until September 30. We are hiring for full-time positions with benefits and bonuses. The season is characterized by shifts in wind patterns, bringing moisture-laden air from northern Mexico to Arizona and other southwestern states, like New Mexico. The southwestern monsoon typically varies from...

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Window Sealant Compatibility & Performance

Sealant refers to a flexible material that serves the purpose of blocking dust, heat, noise, and water from entering your place of business. The sealant fills cracks, gaps, and joints in both new construction and repairs. In addition to being waterproof, they are highly resistant to weather conditions, including Arizona’s extreme summer temps. While the...

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