Forum Title: Opening Vapor Barrier Wall
Need to add outlets, cable and speaker wire to an outer basement wall that is already finished with drywall. Presently having none of this. Only flat open walls... Problem is when the drywall is cut, no matter how careful with the depth, etc, that plastic vapor barrier will be breached. Opening to maybe a four to six inch line around the room at electrical height. About the only plus I see is that most of the wall area is above grade because of the generous ground slope outside (except for side walls). Since the cut in the barrier will be right under the newly cut edge of the existing drywall, how to seal it back up? Not much of a way to slip anything underneath, more so even around the stud areas ...
Category: General Contractor Post By: FREDERICK LYNCH (Harrisburg, PA), 02/20/2018

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