|Steve Skelton 1||13/06/2018 15:18:33|
|29 forum posts|
Brian, having built a number of timber framed houses (and sheds) and having dealt in a professional capacity with building surveyors, it is important to have a good vapour/moisture barrier on the inside of the shed and a breather membrane outside of any insulation.
I would also stress the need for ventilation of any roof timbers ( I know it is a flat roof) to ensure that any moisture (even in the vapour form) cannot condense.
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