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Home The Next Generation in Weather Barrier Technology
Master Builder Matt Risinger takes a quick trip to Naples, FL during the week of the International Builders' Show to check out Polywall's blue barrier being applied with the founder and chemist of Polywall, Ezio Fabrizi. In a climate like Florida, you have to be prepared for water any time and all the time. The foundation of this home is all concrete, and since concrete acts like a sponge, you especially need to keep the water at bay.What is the best part about fluid applied weather barrier? It takes away the origami of traditional weather barriers. Fluid allows you to get into every nook and cranny.The blue barrier system is vapor permeable, while keeping the water out. It also gives you embedded adhesion, thus a truly protective membrane.Tune into the full video to learn more about it and see how it works.

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