Special Shows by ProTradeCraft, and select series of "installation mini-dramas."
WRB & Flashing
Cold tape doesn't stick and hot tape stick like sh—well, you know what it sticks like.
A silent movie about flashing metal roofing into a brick chimney from UnionCorrugating.
Flashing must extend all the way from the wall to the outside. Oh yeah, and it has to be watertight and eight people have to work on it...
Exterior insulation can create transition problems. Here are a few solutions
A collection of five videos on a Passive House Retrofit in Sharon, CT (climate zone 5) executed by Ben Bogie, Built to Last, LLC
Finally, a WRB especially for peeps who fish.
Siding is supposed to shed water away from walls; so what's the deal with siding that absorbs water?
Condensation is when moisture in the air hits a cool enough surface to convert the vapor into water.
The mission of water is to turn houses to mush. Some drip edge flashings may actually help water accomplish this mission.
Recessed into thick layers of insulation, innie windows are protected from the weather
Concentrate on the corners and think like water when overlapping the layers
I get this question all the time: "Stucco all the way down to the roofing: right or wrong?" Answer: WRONG. and here's why...