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Asphalt coated fiberboard sheathing

Started this discussion. Last reply by Tyler Warner Sep 2. 2 Replies

I'm working on a house built in 1992 in Nebraska (climate zone 5) that has exterior walls with asphalt covered fiber board sheathing. I'd expected the asphalt be on the exterior of the wall cavity,…Continue

GSHP for domestic hot water

Started this discussion. Last reply by Eric Kjelshus Jun 28, 2018. 4 Replies

Howdy All,I'm looking for a water to water or refrigerant to water GSHP or VRF heat pump to be used solely for residential domestic hot water. The coil will need to be an internal double wall vented…Continue

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Tyler Warner replied to David Holtzclaw's discussion Asphalt coated fiberboard sheathing
"In my opinion, this is not installed correctly as it will prevent natural drying towards the exterior wall (to avoid dampness and mold issues). Besides, unless I'm mistaken, this interior cladding wouldn't pass the Fire regulations."
Sep 2
Sean Lintow Sr replied to David Holtzclaw's discussion Asphalt coated fiberboard sheating
"It doesn't matter which way said product is facing. The biggest issue is where is the water coming from & stopping it / diverting it after drying out the cavities"
Aug 30
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Asphalt coated fiberboard sheating

I'm working on a house built in 1992 in Nebraska (climate zone 5) that has exterior walls with asphalt covered fiber board sheathing. I'd expected the asphalt be on the exterior of the wall cavity, but as shown below, it is facing the interior. The wall cavity was fulled with blown fiberglass insulation (BIBS) with poly and drywall on the interior side of the wall cavity. The exterior of the fiber board sheathing was tyvek home wrap and hardie board siding. the walls had high moisture content…See More
Aug 30

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