Drying Potential of Brick-Faced Wall with Blueskin Wrap
I have a new construction in Toronto, Canada. I decided to use blueskin to house wrap. In doing so, I used the wrong product on one wall of the house. I used the normal plasticized blueskin rather than the VP100.
I am afraid the that side of the house although is water tight, the wall is not able to breath. The wall has mostly been bricked and is to late to remove the wrong blueskin. Is there any possible solutions and what is the possibility of condensation once poly-vapor barrier is applied to the inside of the house over the bat insulation and under the drywall.
Should I skip the poly-vapor barrier all together thus allowing the wall to breath from the inside.
Any suggestion is greatly appreciated
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