7 February

Avoid problems with peel & stick flashings in liquid WRB systems

Fluid-Applied Air/Water Resistive Barrier Systems or “liquid WRBs,” have become a popular choice for use in commercial exterior wall construction. One reason is that building codes require the air barrier to be durable and continuous over the entire building envelope. Liquid WRBs provide durability and continuity because they fully cover substrates.

Peel and stick flashings are excellent materials for covering critical details in liquid WRB systems. Those with a rubberized asphalt adhesive laminated to a poly or poly/foil composite facer enjoy widespread use. No matter the composition, proper integration of the materials is essential for achieving a durable and continuous air and water resistive barrier. This guide will walk you through best installation practices.

All NVELOPedia Blog Posts
Share ""

Link to share:

Email to your Colleagues >
Recipient email
Separate multiple emails with a comma or semicolon.
Personal Message
Copy Me

Add to a Collection >
Private Private Collection Change

Users with Access:

Invite user by email:
User Invited. Invite another
User Invite Failed, try again.
Share Settings
Visibility Options

Public Collection
Anyone with a link can view. No sign-in required.

Private Collection
Only people explictly granted permission can access. Sign-in required.

Your Collection has been Copied
You are now working in your copied collection.