new to the forum - I have a couple of questions regarding insulating our century old church turned house.
The main idea is to keep the crawl space Vented. The house is built on a large slab of rock and instead of insulating the walls to the outside - of course - I was planning on insulating the floor underneath the house in order to keep the heat in and allow the crawl space to vent to the outside.
I am currently adding some in floor tubing to the floor and was planning on creating a sort of 'heating cell' with a rigid thin foam of a corrugated type that woudl allow me to maintain some air space between the foam and the underneath of teh floor wood slabs. and I would then spray foam the underside of this now created 'heat cell'....
I was intending on using something like this:
So - am I heading in the right direction??