Building envelope solutions for managing moisture in low-rise wood frame construction.

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Cladding Materials & Styles

Stucco & Stone

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Stucco & Masonry are highly susceptible to moisture absorption and require a vented air space for drainage and drying to increase the longevity of your investment.

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Fiber Cement

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Protect the elegant finish of fiber cement by incorporating a drainage plane behind the cladding which provides trapped moisture a path to escape.

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Wood

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Wood is highly susceptible to moisture absorption and requires a vented air space for drainage and drying to increase the longevity of your investment.

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Vinyl

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Protect the structural integrity of your wall system by incorporating these products into your moisture management solution.

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Composite

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Protect the elegant finish of composite claddings by incorporating a drainage plane behind the cladding which provides trapped moisture a path to escape.

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Metal

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Metal overview...

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Open Joint

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Open joint design concept relies on the performance benefits of a rainscreen, which is a gap behind cladding that facilitates drainage and drying.

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Additional Resources

Managing Moisture in Low-Rise Building Enclosures White Paper

HydroGap Spec Sheet

Weekapaug Case Study with HydroGap

APA Case Study with Slicker

Slicker MAX Spec Sheet

Open Joint Cladding System


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