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Thanks for the input.
My husband & I hope to build in a couple years &
to do the
exterior in stucco (traditional) ourselves. We won't have much
seems an economical but sturdy way to go. I'm researching like
we're not completely ignorant, & I ran across this:
Have you had any experience or feedback on Tyvek StuccoWrap?
web page & know not to use regular Tyvek, but is this any
Thank you for any info you may return.
Thanks for the info. I just tore the tyvek off of two additions
and put up
tarpaper. I have never used stucco wrap. We plan to start a big house
has tyvek, but has stucco wrap on part of it. I don't trust it because
I am a hard
head and do things the old fashioned way. Economically, it is cheaper
for me to leave the stucco wrap and not buy the tarpaper. I am going
with the tarpaper
can experiment with stucco wrap.
To give it a fair shake I plan to put some left over mortar on the
let it set for a few days and see if the mortar next to the stucco
wrap has set up all the way and isn't soft and green. For now I'm using
tarpaper. It is only
a roll and has been used for years.
I haven't used stucco wrap, but don't plan to until I can check it
This looks like an excellent product, according to the data on their
Come back in the future and see my
Stucco Wrap test.