The language of building science can be very confusing. Terms often mean something different than what the plain English interpretation would lead you to believe. In this LinkedIn post, we tackle one such term: AVB.
AVB is an acronym for “air and vapor barrier”, but it has a hidden “W'” too. An AVB also controls liquid water in addition to air and water vapor. Check out the full post below for more explanation.
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