Installed over sheathing and behind the exterior building facade, housewrap functions as a weather-resistant barrier that protects structural durability.
This crucial layer of defense protects against penetrating wind and rain while simultaneously allowing water vapor to escape. By controlling the structure's airflow and preventing water intrusion, housewrap also contributes to a building's overall energy efficiency.
No. While all housewraps may offer a level of air, water, and moisture protection, Correct Housewrap is water-shedding and suited to our Southern environment (humid most of the year) with a low moisture vapor transmission rate (MVTR).
Improperly installed, ripped, or torn housewrap allows water to infiltrate damaged areas, leading to mold, rot, a decrease in insulation R-value, and possible future structural damage.
Correct Housewrap is always installed by an experienced and knowledgeable team of detail-oriented installers.
Our direct buying power and low overhead allow us to pass on our savings directly to our clients, creating the most competitive pricing in the industry. We offer written quotes, long-term pricing, and a variety of installation methods and product options.