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Old 08-08-2011, 04:14 PM   #1
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fixing insulation into a log cabin


ive just had a log cabin at hte bottom of the garden to use for hobby/small job. i have bought some 40mm celotex backed plasterboard and need to know the best way to fit it. do i need to batten the walls as this wil take up some room on the walls or can i put the insulation straight onto the wood. not sure if i need to leave an air space between the wood and the insulation. help please

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