We are converting our seasonal cabin to a year round. At least we want to be able to use it in the winter when we can. The crawl space is not insulated. We'll be putting down poly on the dirt floor, and insulating the walls. They currently have 1"pink foam insulation between the studs.
It's a small space. 20' X 22' total. 2' high on one end sloping to 4' on the other. Our plumbing is down there. Plan on putting a heater down there, as well as a dehumidifier. We will drain the water when we won't be there for a few weeks between visits.
For a space like this how much insulation should I put in the short walls? They're just 2 X 4 walls.
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