Pipe water condensation

I am finishing my basement. I insulated it with R-13 kraft-faced batt insulation. The basement is also heated to regular room temperature. Walls are not yet drywalled. I recently noticed that there is much water condensation on cold water pipes. Drops of water fall on the floor. After I drywall all pipes will be located behind the drywall. I am worried that water will be condensed on cold water pipes and dripping on inside of drywall damaging it. What would be a solution to this problem.
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insulate the pipes....Jim

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"Jim & Lil" <jim.morris-at-sk.sympatico.ca> wrote in message

Also, note that the condensation comes from moisture in the basement air. Once the pipes are behind the drywayy, any air circulation around them will be effectively eliminated. It is unlikely enough moist air will reach the pipes to result in significant condensation.
Joe F.
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I thought only hot water pipes are insulated. What insulation should be used for cold water pipes insulation?
"Jim & Lil" <jim.morris-at-sk.sympatico.ca> wrote in message

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Insulation can be used for both temperatures, weather hot or cold. Insulation is used on fridges and freezers to keep the inside cool .. A Fridge without insulation would condensate like crazy ...Pipes should be treated no different. BTW, rb608 had a good point about trapping the pipe inside a wall may be all the insulation it needs. Regards...Jim

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