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Home What’s Wrong, What’s Right, What’s Missing

When preparing for blower door testing Travis explains that he’s missing two very important items and then gets confirmation on two things Catalyst did well on their interior air control strategy. He then explains the fixes for two things “wrong”: the shear wall sheathing separating the air barrier and the omission of airtight boxes.

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