The joints on a building have a technical function and can make up to 20 % of the overall façade. However, the shape and colour of the joints can also have a decisive impact on the appearance of the façade.
Their physical, mechanical and especially moisture-related properties determine the function and durability of a brick façade. An intact network of joints is a prerequisite for a façade that is resistant to driving rain. Moisture penetration leads to a greater frost load and a reduction in heat insulation - both must be avoided.
Remmers joint mortars comprise of a wide range of binding agent systems, grains and strengths, as well as a choice of colours and hydrophilic or hydrophobic properties. They can therefore be supplied tailored to meet the individual applications requirements.