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Unread 04-22-2021, 12:13 PM   #12
jadnashua
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Believe in the system (assuming you install it properly), so option 3 would be the best. They spent a lot of time and research to ensure it would work and pass the certification tests...why second guess things? Also, not sure how well liquid and sheet membranes really work together long term. I know some people do it, but not sure how well it actually flows around the fleece to the actual waterproof section. I'd run the waterproofing out onto the floor beyond where the door is. Ideally, that horizontal section would be sloped into the pan
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