Living near Potomac MD, where lots of big homes get built with varying degrees of detail and quality, I sometimes notice oddities. There’s been a large house being constructed for a good 18 months so far, with lots of geometric shapes (think a bunch of trapezoids making up the front and side elevations, house is probably 200′ long). The sheathing was all done in Zip sheathing, and carefully taped. Just noticed the entire places was covered in Blueskin. I’ll be curious what the siding ends up and whether this is very expensive redundance. Anyone seen this before?
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