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Spray foam insulation on the sill/granite junction
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Has anyone had any experience with moisture damage to the sill beam of a post and beam house as the result of installing 2-part spray foam from the underside of the floor down 2 feet to air seal and…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Chad Mcaulife Jan 7.

 

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Spray foam insulation on the sill/granite junction

Has anyone had any experience with moisture damage to the sill beam of a post and beam house as the result of installing 2-part spray foam from the underside of the floor down 2 feet to air seal and insulate this area.There is approximately 6" to to 1 foot of granite exposed above grade. Surface drainage is not optimal but the owner intends to have the drainage improved in the near future.See More
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Chad Mcaulife replied to John Porter's discussion Spray foam insulation on the sill/granite junction
"We do this all the time and have yet to see any issues.  Given the oldest jobs we have are probably 6 years old, but no problems yet..."
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John Porter commented on Adam Swain's blog post Top Worst Crawl Space Insulation Ideas
"Here in New England air sealing the crawl space is important since the crawl space stays cool all year round and the warm moist summer air that is drawn into the crawl space will result in high relative humidity and condensation. I generally…"
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Spray foam insulation on the sill/granite junction

Has anyone had any experience with moisture damage to the sill beam of a post and beam house as the result of installing 2-part spray foam from the underside of the floor down 2 feet to air seal and insulate this area.There is approximately 6" to to 1 foot of granite exposed above grade. Surface drainage is not optimal but the owner intends to have the drainage improved in the near future.See More
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