Airtightness Sans Sprayfoam
In North Texas the standard method for achieving good airtightness almost always involves spray foam.
I have only noticed ONE local builder attempt Airtight Drywall Approach(ADA).
As I look at the ADA details it seems complex and looks like a lot of "Gooey Stuff" and head scratching is involved.
I am considering using compression gaskets in more limited/strategic locations.
Here is a link to a "Gasket Concept" illustration.
This idea is only half-baked
Posted Dec 9, 2010 11:58 AM ET
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