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1816 Capillary Break - House Exterior - Windows and Doors
1816 Capillary Break - House Exterior - Windows and Doors -

Image Text: Sill > brick veneer > sheathing paper > sheathing > wall framing > window > water flow > sill > no groove in sill underside allows water penetration and brick damage below window sill > Poor > water flow > properly grooved sill > capillary break > Best > water flow > sill > Better > caulking added at underside of sill to break surface tension and redirect water flow

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