FlatWrap® HP 3'


FlatWrap® HP is a commercial-grade water-resistive barrier (housewrap) with enhanced UV and tear resistance. When used in conjunction with a rainscreen wall, it provides superior bulk water drainage, exceptional vapor permeability and durability.

FlatWrap HP is a perfect complement to Slicker® products as the WRB component in a rainscreen wall system. It can also be paired with HydroGap® Drainable housewrap as the required secondary layer in stone or stucco applications. Not intended for open joint applications with intentional gaps left between siding boards (check out InvisiWrap UV for these applications).

Features and Benefits:

  • Premium tri-laminate housewrap provides optimal strength while protecting the water resistant film layer
  • Available in 3 & 5 foot rolls to make for easy single person installation
  • Greater tear and wind load resistance for jobs over 40 feet
  • Compatible with all Benjamin Obdyke sill solutions
  • Taping of seams is not required, reducing both material and labor costs
  • Resists damage from surfactants that can compromise other brands of housewrap
  • Ideal water resistant barrier to be used in combination with Home Slicker family of rainscreen products


  • Roll width: 3 ft & 5 ft.
  • Roll length: 100 ft (30.48 m)
  • Vapor permeance: 15-20 perms*
  • UV exposure rating: 120 days
  • Warranty: 5 (product) or 10 (system) year limited
  • Available in 9ft upon request
Warranty Information: 5 YEAR PRODUCT WARRANTY
Benjamin Obdyke warrants that its Flatwrap® HP housewrap product and its HydroFlash® GP flashing product (herein Products) when installed in compliance with Benjamin Obdyke’s published installation instructions, will be free from manufacturing defects for five (5) years from the date of purchase of the product.

Benjamin Obdyke warrants that its Products identified in Part A, when installed in strict compliance with Benjamin Obdyke’s applicable installation instructions in a properly designed and constructed wall system built in accordance with applicable building codes to accepted industry standards, will for ten (10) years from the
date of installation at least meet the performance test standards set forth below for the Flatwrap HP® housewrap, and the HydroFlash® GP product.
FlatWrap HP Installation Instructions:
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FlatWrap HP Warranty:
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Flat wrap

Excellent product . Fast delivery.
Posted by George Corbett, 29th Jan 2020

excellent product

My contractor has been very impressed with the flat wrap. He has a lot of experience to be able to compare. I'm very pleased with it and having been his helper to install it, I've had a chance to work very close with the Flat wrap and I know I choose the best products for my Home by using Benjamin Obdyke products.
Posted by Edward Adkins, 17th Jun 2018

Great look and quality

I was looking for a house wrap for a shed that was matte black. I'm using old fencing to side the shed and want to leave a small gap between boards but I don't want to see name brands (blue on white) showing through. This product certainly fit the bill. In hindsight, I probably could have saved a bunch of money and just used felt roofing paper. But, this is much lighter, easy to hang, and seems quite durable. If it didn't cost so much, I'd give it 5 stars. I found some black flashing tape online from a different source that will help with the windows and door.
Posted by undefined, 12th Jun 2018

Looks are everything

So I searched forever trying to find a house wrap in black and not covered as in an advertisement billboard! This stuff is black as night lightweight easy to install and best of all doesn't say hey look at me buy my product..
Posted by undefined, 29th Nov 2016

Best house wrap I have ever used!

I am using this wrap over Zip Wall sheathing as a secondary barrier for manufactured stone. This stuff lays flat during installation, unlike any other wrap I have used in 26 years of residential and commercial building
Posted by Patrick McCarthy, 9th Nov 2015