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Old 07-15-2007, 06:08 PM   #1
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after 5 months of sitting in the wet spring weather,my new home builder went chapter 11.if he gets financing he'll want to start building again.can he build on this advantech sub-floor and lp sheathing or will he have to tear down the existing structure and start over. i know the company states that it wont need sanding for up to 180 days but the water just lays on it for days when it rains. douglas

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Review the information on page #2 under: "EXPOSURE":

http://www.huberwood.com/media/pdf/A...Literature.pdf


For more information, contact the manufacturer:

http://www.huberwood.com/main.aspx?pagename=contactUs

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