Been reading plenty on insulation and vapor barriers, totally confused,
here is my senario, anyone see potential problems with this?
Trying to turn an existing storage building into a heated and cooled
workshop/office. The floor is too close to the ground to crawl under
completely, but it is open all the way around. I can only get my head
and an arm underneath. There no problems of standing water underneath
So I was thinking of cutting and glueing 2" styrofoam insulation to the
underside of the 3/4" plywood flooring between the floor joists. Then
putting rubber backed indoor/outdoor carpet on top of the flooring
inside. I have no way of getting a vapor barrier up next to the
flooring first. I live in North Carolina so climate is moderate just
humid at times. My main concern is I don't want to create a situation
that might rot the floor. It is still just a detached building so not
like I'm trying to insulate my house or anything but still want to
avoid any future problems if I can.
Thanks for any input