ICF to Plywood Sheathing Transition
Good morning all,
Looking at the detail & transition from the exterior wall sheathing (cdx) where it abuts the ICF foundation.
As the photo shows, the sheathing is flush w the exterior face of foam. My proposed solution is to lap the Resisto ICF waterproof membrane 3” up onto the face of the sheathing, covering the transition joint. The sheathing will then receive the self adhered Henry Blueskin wrb which will lap over the membrane that same 3” inches. Cor-a-vent sv5 at the bottom/1x furring rainscreen and then siding to cover. The exposed ICF membrane will be covered with heavy gauge alum material or similar.
Does anyone take issue with this or see a way to improve?
alternatively, I considered tape flashing the joint, but this seems to potentially eliminate that step or need.
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