Building Science: Continuous Insulation and Punched Openings for Walls and Windows

May 19, 2015

Building science expert Joseph Lstiburek discusses the physics of a continuous water, air, vapor, and heat control layer between walls and windows.

Figuring out which control layer belongs where can be quite the complicated puzzle. In a series of diagrams and illustrations, Lstiburek maps out what he thinks would make the most logical sense of how control layers should be placed and constructed.

Read the full story at Joseph Lstiburek’s Building Science Corp.

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