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<< The existing exterior walls are sheathed with "Asphalt Impregnated Fiber Board". Does anyone know what this is? >>
This material is made from shredded sugarcane stalks and was used on many residences heah in the deep South. I always heard it referred to as "nigger board". Pieces of this material were used to start the early morning warming fires at a job site. It has some insulating value but very little shear value.
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