Where to BUY Gap Armour
Gap Armour can be installed anywhere where wood or caulking has deteriorated, splintered or completely fallen out of concrete expansion joints.
Make your residential or commercial concrete area safer and better looking with the confidence that you are using a high-quality, American Made product that will last!
Gap Armour vs. new wood
No sawing to find right fit
Has gripping power and stays in
Won’t crack/splinter or pop out
Completely seals joint to block water
Bugs/Pests are not interested in rubber
Quick to install
Gap Armour vs. liquid caulk
No messy squeezing or self-leveling
Easy to determine amount needed
Use instantly (no cure/dry-time)
Won’t decay, crack and loose grip
Superior durability & looks
Can’t be punctured – “High-heel Proof”!
The Install Process
- Purchase our test kit (see video) to determine the total footage of each width you need. You may need more than one size.
- After using the test kit to determine size/length/color, go online to order.
- Clean out concrete joints to a minimum depth of 1.5″.
- Hit Gap Armour into the joints….Tools needed to install: 1. rubber hammer 2. cutting tool (pvc pipe cutter or pruning shears) 3. chisel 4. heavy hammer (3lb) . The chisel and heavy hammer aren’t always necessary, watch our videos to see how we use them.
- GOT QUESTIONS? Call us at (855) 862-7668 or email at Chat@GapArmour.com
Gap Armour is a commercially strong, flexible rubber material that permanently fills in concrete expansion joints. Gap Armour is a revolutionary alternative to the past options of gooey tube caulk or wood expansion joints that are difficult to install and quickly weather over time. If you have been searching for a long-term solution that is both easy to use and incredibly durable, you have found the right product…Gap Armour.
Highest Grade additives for strength and durability
The only one of its kind with added UV and fungus inhibitors
Easy to install with only a few simple tools
Radius-top design looks cleaner and keeps water from settling
Designed to sit recessed below the top of the joint, clear of feet, tires, snow blowers, etc.
Four different sizes to fit concrete expansion joints of varying widths
Three different colors to choose from
Made in the USA !
Commercial, Associations, Municipalities & Property Management
- High-heel” proof – Also small feet, bicycle, walking-cane, and wheelchair proof
- Gap Armour will not deteriorate or peal apart – peace of mind knowing concrete areas are safe
- No drying/curing time – Use concrete area instantly without fear of inclement weather or pedestrian use during cure time
- Install on an as-needed basis, no waste – No need for mixing up a batch of caulk. Gap Armour comes in coils that can be stored for later use. Bring out a coil and install 10 feet or 100’s of feet. Either way your team only uses what they need.
Colors and Sizes
- Extremely thick and durable, Gap Armour cannot be punctured or broken once installed
- Can withstand extremely cold and hot weather without cracking or degrading
- Completely closes up concrete expansion joints
- Inhibits water run-off underneath concrete slab
- Virtually eliminates weeds and the need for weed-pesticides
- Blocks ants/bugs/pests that would normally ‘enjoy’ wood expansion joints
- Expected life of product once installed: 10+ years
Want to find the perfect match for your cement area? Gap Armour comes in 3 different colors giving you options like never before. Now you can match your cement area and also match surroundings like homes, siding, gutters or other finishings. Choose an option that provides distinct lines in your cement area or an option that is more subtle and ‘hides’ the gap from being so noticeable.
Gap Armour comes in 2 different colors: Graphite (grey) and Adobe (a med-dark tan).
Gap Armour comes in 4 different sizes: 1/2″, 3/4″, 1″ and 1 1/4″. Typical gaps in driveways and sidewalks use 3/4″ or 1″, but there are cases where the 1/2″ and 1 1/4″ are needed. It is also very common for a particular job to need multiple sizes, even if the expansion joints all started out at the same size. This is typically due to shifting and movement throughout the life of the concrete slabs.