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Everbilt

Model # AK709150

Internet # 203934290

Store SKU # 1000001507

9 ft. x 150 ft. Housewrap

$87.00 /roll

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PRODUCT OVERVIEW

Model # AK709150

Internet # 203934290

Store SKU # 1000001507

Everbilt housewrap is energy efficient. It helps to reduce energy costs by blocking heating and air-conditioning from escaping buildings. It is also breathable to allow moisture in wood framing or insulation to escape which prevents mold and mildew growth. Everbilt housewrap can also prevent bulk water intrusion.

  • Meets Building Code requirements: ICC-ES report no.:2955; 2009 International Building Code(IBC); 2009 International Residential Code(IRC)
  • Water resistive barrier
  • Exceptional water vapor transmission: Allow moisture to escape without condensing in the wall cavities-preventing mold and mildew.
  • UV resistant and can retain exposed up to 6 months
  • Improving energy efficiency
  • Excellent tear-resistance
  • Easy installation
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SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Product Depth (in.) 
108 
Product Height (in.) 
3.54 
Product Length (ft.) 
150 ft 
Product Width (in.) 
3.54 
Roll Width (ft) 
9 ft 
Details
Insulation Type 
Housewrap 
Product Weight (lb.) 
25.20 lb 
Warranty / Certifications
ENERGY STAR Certified 
Yes 
Warranty Information 
UV resistant and can retain exposed up to 6 months 

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I contracted for a tiny house on wheels to be framed and wrapped in Everbilt for moisture protection to transport the house half-way across the country. I decided to leave the wrap on the 2x4 framing and proceeded to sheath the walls with plywood. I understand that housewrap needs to be on the outside of the plywood to prevent penetration. My concern is, can moisture be trapped between the 2 layers of Everbilt? Would, for instance, residual moisture from the interior pass through the first layer and get trapped under the second layer, then causing wood rot?
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October 19, 2015
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Yes. See my review. This product is inappropriate for any use.
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Solid white or printing on material?

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May 28, 2015
Would like to use on ceiling interior of off-grid cabin to cover insulation batts. Is this material solid white or does it have printing on it?
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June 19, 2015
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see the answer about marking
- Short - it is not clear
printed on in large letters
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What is house wrap?

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March 30, 2015
What?
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March 31, 2015
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HouseWrap is an extra layer of protection to secure the building.
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March 12, 2015
Does this product have writing on it, or is it plain white (preferred)? Was wanting to use this over R19 batts in the interior ceiling of an out-building to leave a more finished look--while improving total R value.
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June 19, 2015
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YES
The product is marked "EVERBILT" in LARGE black
lettering in 3 levels on the sheet.
If you are looking for clear white - FORGET IT>
also the product is NOT woven - translation
- POOR quality - Tyvek is much better BUT
is printed on also, not clear white !!!!
I went to the store on 06/19/2015
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CUSTOMER REVIEWS

Rated 1.8 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Not what I expected As another civil engineer working in the construction materials industry for the past 13 years, I totally agree that this product in no way is an effective moisture barrier. I made the mistake of tempoarily covering a floor system with it. It did an excellent job of trapping water. I am glad I spent the money on Advantech subflooring. It is not effective on a vertical wall surface either. Even with no seems, water (liquid not vapor) got through. This product may function as intended behind a siding, I assume it passed ICC code requirements somehow,but offers little protection to what is behind it prior to covering it up. April 1, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by It lets water through and then traps it in. This stuff does exactly the opposite of what it's supposed to do. I'm at the store buying Tyvec now and I have to rip this stuff off. Thanks for nothing. October 10, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Absolute Garbage -- the manufacturer missed the point First off let me qualify this review by telling you that I'm a civil engineer with 25 years of civil and environmental engineering experience - I understand how building systems, vapor barriers, etc. are supposed to work. This product is plastic burlap sheeting with lots of tiny holes poked in it. As a result, this product does not block liquid water - any water that reaches the outside face of this wrap will penetrate into the space between the wrap and your sheathing. Once liquid water is present on the inside face of the wrap, it will block the pores and will severely limit the rate that vapor can escape. As a result, this wrap is likely to cause more problems than it solves. How is Tyvek different? Liquid water can not penetrate Tyvek wrap but water vapor can pass through. As a result, the only liquid water that will be present behind Tyvek wrap is from condensation - which should be minimal with a properly constructed building shell. Any condensation that does form can be released as vapor through the entire surface of the Tyvek. The manufacturer of this product either doesn't understand the simple principles of this type of vapor barrier or is simply interested in taking your money. I'll give them the benefit of the doubt and assume the former. What do I suggest? For high quality residential construction - properly installed Tyvek with fully taped seams, covered with siding as soon as possible but only after at least two days of warm, dry weather. For sheds, barns, and anything else -- good old fashioned builders felt (tar paper). October 19, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by House wrap. Not as good as the tyvek. But I'm putting insulation over the wrap anyway. So it worked out good for me July 2, 2014
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