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Benjamin Obdyke Liquid Flashing

Benjamin Obdyke has expanded its line of flashing with the addition of a liquid-applied product

February 16, 2021
Benjamin Obdyke LiquidFlash
This article first appeared in the CB Spring 2021 issue of Custom Builder.


The manufacturer has expanded its line of flashing with the addition of a liquid-applied product that simplifies the process of preparing rough openings, transitions, and seams. HydroFlash LA creates a monolithic seal that protects homes from moisture and air intrusion and helps prevent long-term performance issues, the company says, particularly around window frames. The product comes in a 20-ounce tube and can be used to fill or cover gaps of less than ¼ inch, or ¼ inch to 1 inch with a backer rod. benjaminobdyke.com 

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