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Home Air Barrier Connections

The challenging part of air control layers isn’t the large panels or pieces that easily connect to each other. No, the challenging part of the changes in direction that involve different materials and how those connections affect other parts of your assembly. In this video Jake shares how the transition from wall sheathing to drywall ceiling is made while maintaining continuity of the air control layer. Simple methods paired with materials already onsite provide an easy method for an airtight connection.

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