I am currently working on a residing job. The building in question is a wood frame structure 2 x 6 @16″ with plywood sheathing. We are using a asphalt base water proofing t( Bakor, “Blueskin” to assure no water penatration through the plywood. The building inspector suggestes that by using this type of mebrane it will trap moisture in the walls, therefore causing rot. He contends that “tyvek” type of barriers are superior. I question that perhaps he should try wearing a tyvek jump suite for a few minutes. I have found that to be the case, perhaps I could promt some discussion. Many Thanks for your time.