MAXFLASH liquid flashing membrane is best suited for complex window configurations, irregular surfaces, and large and setback window openings
Moisture management is a big concern for builders today. Having a good strategy and selecting moisture-resistant products for locations that can get wet are keys for success. Windows can be one of the most difficult components of the building enclosure to incorporate into a moisture management strategy. To help builders with this detail BASF recently introduced MAXFLASH liquid flashing membrane to the residential construction market.
With its easy application to several types of substrates and quick cure time, MAXFLASH offers builders, contractors, and remodelers a high performance flashing solution for complex window configurations, irregular surfaces, and large and setback window openings.
Traditional window flashing applications such as housewrap, peel and stick membranes, and flashing tapes can leave wall cavities susceptible to moisture if installed incorrectly. MAXFLASH is an alternative that offers easy application, installation even to damp surfaces, and durability in all climates.
MAXFLASH is the latest addition to BASF’s BEYOND.High Performance approach, which combines innovative chemistry and applied building science. MAXFLASH is one more way that BASF and its multi-disciplinary team of experts help builders identify opportunities to incorporate innovative and high performing materials to solve construction challenges.
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