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Building Envelope




If you live in a rainy territory, your home's building envelope is essential to protect against water damage. Over time, wear and tear, as well as the elements, can compromise the integrity of your home's building envelope. Building envelope repairs can help ensure that your home is protected and stays dry. 

Here are the steps and process for building envelope repairs on a home located in a rainy territory.

  1. Inspection: The first step is to inspect your home's building envelope. This involves examining the roof, gutters, siding, windows, and doors to identify areas of concern. 

  2. Repair or Replacement: Once the areas of concern have been identified, the next step is to repair or replace the affected components. This can include repairing leaks, replacing damaged siding or roofing, or replacing faulty windows and doors. The goal is to restore the integrity of your home's building envelope.

  3. Waterproofing: After repairs have been completed, the next step is to waterproof your home's building envelope. This involves applying a waterproof barrier to protect against future water damage.

  4. Maintenance: Regular maintenance is essential to keep your home's building envelope in good condition. This includes cleaning gutters and downspouts, inspecting and repairing any damage as soon as it occurs, and scheduling regular inspections by a professional contractor.

Building envelope repairs are essential to protecting your home from water damage. By following these steps and working with a professional contractor, you can ensure that your home stays dry and protected for years to come.


  “Cascade NW did a great job and their follow up has been very professional. Their approach to work is exemplary. The crew worked 14 hours in 34-degree weather in 45 mile an hour winds – no exaggeration!”

David W, Snoqualmie, WA  


Cascade NW Construction

123 Engle Avenue,

Molalla, OR 97038

Phone. 503-919-2201

Email. info@cascadenwco.com