How to Patch Holes in Housewrapcomments (1) September 5th, 2013 in Blogs
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Produced by: John Ross and Chuck Miller
If your housewrap has holes or tears in it, you might be tempted to put on a tape Bandaid and hope it doesn't leak, but there's a better way.
This tip from Mike Guertin of East Greenwich, RI, is for a patch that will mechanically shed any water that gets under your siding so you don't have to rely solely on adhesive tape.
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