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NovaWrap Premium Building Wrap

ECP offers an extensive line of exterior protection materials to meet local building codes and provide air and moisture management for a structure. When used together, these products provide a protective ‘envelope’ to the structure with water-shedding roofing underlayments, code-approved, breathable building wraps and self-adhered moisture controlling window and door flashing tapes. ECP’s premium building wrap ‘NovaWrap’ provides advanced protection against air and moisture infiltration into the wall cavity. Its industry leading permeance rating is optimized for better building science.

Designed for Complete Protection

NovaWrapTM is a non-woven, nonperforated polypropylene fabric that provides the ideal ratio of water resistance vs. moisture vapour transmission to the outside. Thus, it lets the structure breathe while preventing damage due to water infiltration.

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Designed for Sustainability

• Asphalt Free – 100% recyclable • Energy Savings – Reduces outside air infiltration; improves energy efficiency • Contributes to LEED Points

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ECP Housewrap Benefits

  1. Superior Materials – 100% non-woven polypropylene fabric with breathable coating
  2. Superior Performance – Exceeds the leading competition in strength, water intrusion and moisture vapour transmission and reduces air infiltration
  3. Usage – For 6 story buildings and under, along with commercial and residential buildings with new retro-fit
  4. Class A (E84) Fire rated material to meet the rigid building standards of today
  5. Improved Air Quality – Reduces water intrusion which eliminates mold and mildew
  6. Compatibility – Installs over and protects plywood, OSB, gypsum, gypsum composite, rigid foam and other sheathing materials. Installs under brick, stone, stucco, EIFS, cement board, wood, vinyl, metal and composites
  7. Code Compliant – Meets or exceeds applicable building codes for sheathing membranes and air barriers
  8. UV Stability – 6 months of UV stability, but recommend covering within 60 days

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