Moved to Georgia recently and want to put up a woodworking hobbiest
shop. Builder of metal clad buildings, my words as don't know the
real name, says "standard insulation" in this area is R10. Told him
that Sears also has "standards" and am wondering what the "real" value
is optimially if there is one. Comments solicited.
Not sure what your question is but here is a resource:
I'm guessing the builder said R10 since that is what will fit between
the exterior and interior walls. You could probably up it with some
fancy polyuerthane sprayed in stuff but it may not be worth it.
There is the law of diminishing returns. R-10 may be very practical in your
region, at least R-19 up here.
Consider the use also. Will you be heating all the time or just once in a
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