Posted on July 25, 2011 by Scott Gibson
in Q&A Spotlight
Andrew Homoly is building a house in Kansas City, Missouri, and plans to use a “perfect wall” system consisting of 2x6 studs, IcyneneOpen-cell, low-density spray foam insulation that can be used in wall, floor, and roof assemblies. It has an R-value of about 3.6 per inch and a vapor permeability of about 10 perms at 5 inches thick. open-cell foam insulation and an additional 1 1/2-in. layer of rigid foam on the building’s exterior.
His question in this Q&A post at GreenBuildingAdvisor concerns the best way to install window and door flashing, and where to install housewrap.