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Old 2nd July 2014
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Nice shed you have there! It is essential that the moist in the warm air inside the shed doesn't migrate to the inside of the wall when isolating. Therefor the vapor barrier has to be between the isolation and the sheetrock. You cannot caulk the outside shell because it has to be able to breathe.



The achieve the best transmission loss the sheetrock walls need to be as heavy as possible. Whisperclip - sheetrock - greenglue- sheetrock would be the best way. Also the windows and the door need a lot of attention.

Maybe it's a good idea to take split unit ac that can heat/chill the room? Don't forget a ventilation system with a hushbox..