There are other products that do the same thing. Such as green guard by pactiv. It has webing and lets water out quicker for a secondary water drai...
And another thought. There is a product on the market called greenguard put out by pactiv. For a drainage plane I think it is superior to tyvek!!! ...
Truth be known you need a layer of both. Put the house wrap on first then the building paper. The wrap will breath and the tarpaper will keep water...
What the builder sayS can be very true. Does it seem to be worse when it rains? From all the wet materials there can be as mush as 5 or 6 hundred g...
Your builder must be a magician! I would be leary of that deal. What does your house have on it for exterior sheathing? I can be reached at the # o...
You better check with the manufactures installation instructions first. Most say not to use spray foam!
What part of the country are you in? Isn't there a moisture barrier behind the brick?? Go to www.badstucco.com There is a section of pictures that ...
Not only does it need drip cap flashing on top! Most of the window manufacturers require a backer rod and caulking/sealant around the perimeter of ...
You might try to find out witch one has the best track record as far as leaks,and repairs. From an independant source not a window manufacturer!
If you stucco it put a moisture barrier and metal lath on it to keep the water out. And you will not be able to see the blocks when you are finished.
If the wall behind the brick is wood framing it could be a big problem!! Water intrusion. If the wall behind the brick is concrete not such a big i...