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Nestled in the town of Westerly, Rhode Island is a small beachfront community called Weekapaug. A lesser-known New England gem, Weekapaug, which is a Native American word meaning “end of pond,” has many private roads running through it, large saltwater ponds and is open to the Atlantic Ocean. For more than 100 years, summer cottages have decorated the areas landscape and today the area boasts some of the most beautiful residences in New England. One such home, the Kelly residence, is...

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Benjamin Obdyke added a flashing for its HydroGap weather barrier that self-adheres to a range of building materials—including OSB, sheathing, and building wraps—without a primer. It can be installed in temperatures as cold as zero degrees Fahrenheit, applied wet, and comes in 4-, 6-, and 9-inch widths, each 7 millimeters thick. Check out the March issue of ProSales for more on Hot Finds from IBS. Source: ProSales

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