So What Is A Reservoir Cladding

Dated: 12/08/2017

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Brick?  Yes, of course.  Stone?  Yes, because of the mortar used to hold it together.  Wood?  Yes, unless you paint it or coat it on all six sides…and even then… Stucco?  Come on, of course, even if you paint it.  Synthetic stucco?  Actually, not.  The plastic “pookey” that is added makes it not store rainwater.  Fiber cement?  Yes, unless you paint it or coat it on all six sides…and even then.  Sounds like wood, eh?

What is not a reservoir cladding?  Vinyl siding.  Aluminum siding.  Metal panels.  Glass curtain walls.  Pretty obvious......Click here to continue reading how to keep the water out: https://buildingscience.com/documents/building-science-insights/bsi-061-inward-drive-outward-drying

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