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Everything You Need to Know About Vapor Barriers

[Further navigation — scroll for deep topics?]BUILDING SCIENCE > Air Barriers > Vapor Barriers > Heat Transfer > Water Management > Indoor Air Quality > Bugs, Mold, and Rot

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One of the most controversial topics in home building is whether to try to stop the movement of moisture through walls and roofs or whether to let them absorb and dry.

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Answers to persistent questions about vapor diffusion

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Leaky houses are a big source of moisture problems that lead to bugs, mold, and rot


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