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TERMITE SHIELD DETAIL

By Before The Architect  Copyright 2009

 

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TERMITE SHIELD DETAIL

        1)  Termite shield or other shield

              a) May be required to cap foundation wall and

              b) Shall involve the following processes and materials overall, including corners

             i)  Termite protection shall be provided by pretreatment and

ii)     Termite protection shall be provided by incorporation of a metal termite shield which

(1)    Shall be corrosion-resistant

(2)   Shall be single- or double-leg

(3)   Shall be between foundation wall and foundation pier or

(4)   Shall be between wall top of face and post or mud sill, respectively

(5)   Shall extend

(a)   To the exterior

(b)   Not less than 1 linear inch beyond finish wall clad and

(6)   Joints in the termite shield

(a)   Shall be permanently fused with solder (or equivalent) or

(b)   Shall be overlapped a minimum of 6 linear inches and

(c)   Shall be sealed with a rubberized asphalt sheet membrane not less than 6 linear inches width and

(7)   Penetrations through the termite shield for anchor bolts , etc.

(a)   Shall be sealed with not less than 6 linear inches square of rubberized asphalt sheet material between the termite shield and the mud sill and

(b)   Rubberized asphalt material shall not be less than 35 mils thick with adhesive surfaces on both sides, e.g., MFM Building Products "Double Bond" material and

(c)    Caulk or sill sealer shall be applied

(i)     Between the foundation wall top of face and the termite shield and

(ii)    Between the termite shield and the mud sill and

(iii)   In the joint between the mud sill and the band joist (a/k/a head joist and end joist)

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