hi all and thanks in advance. We have an outhouse with a concrete ceiling
single brick wall (joining onto the main house) i have sealed the walls
some phenolic insulation board 30mm foil lined onto batons to try to keep
the heat into the room. i have also batoned the ceiling and added the same
to it. the problem i have no is the condensation is still on the ceiling
dropping onto the boards and coming though the ceiling hole for the light
i am trying to keep the room well ventalated by open window etc also using
dehumidifier which gets full daily. now im thinking about what to do to
and one idea i have come up with is to buy a roll of loft insulation
remove one of
the boards from the ceiling and slide the loft insulation in between the
boards then replacing the removed board ( with some loft insulation onto
my thoughts are this will butt up against the concrete ceiling and prevent
warm air hitting the cold surface and forming the persky water. does this
like a winner or is there a better way of doing this.
its joined on to the house, it used to be a wash room and i live in
i have an idea which is
( please tell me if you think this is going to be ok )
1, take all boards down and leave batons up in place
2, aquaseal the concrete ceiling ( i used aquaseal on the single brick
walls to seal out any moisture before installing the foam boards) so
its nice and water proof and black lol
3, add the loft insulation ( rockwool glass)
4, add the phonelic foam boards 30mm foil backed
5, grab a coffee
what do we think?
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