Aug 16, 2018 11:07 am
Re: Expansion Foam2
Aug 16, 2018 4:50 pm
Expansion foam is suppose to have a sealant on top but I think that is most manufacturers recommendation, not an actual regulation.
I am concerned about the height of your DPC. You are in SA which is a classified low intensity rainfall area and a SA variation does apply to the DPC height above the finished surface but you are going to be having some wild weather in the near future and that is what you should be preparing your new home for. Have a read of the thread below re the concrete path's compliance. I'm not overly confident that your path is compliant anyway, you need to check.
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