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For a more-effective and better-looking result, integrate the exposed apron with the corner flashing using soldered lock seams.
With no fasteners or joint treatments needed, this weather barrier installs quickly and seals tightly.
Water migrating through the basement wall is channelled out below the floor.
Rubber strips space grooved deck boards while forming a watertight seal between them.
Could fasteners being driven through the valleys of the metal corrugation be the cause of a leaky roof?
The key is meticulous waterproofing, even where you might not think it's necessary.
Keep fasteners handy with these sturdy and portable containers.
To ensure a waterproof installation, use adhesive between layers of waterproofing materials and pay close attention to corners and intersections.
In general, you are always better to cap your parapet walls with metal rather than stucco'ing over them. But, what if your client or doesn't want that look?
This Energy Star-certified board offers an R-value of 6.5 per inch.
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