I'm partitioning off a corner of my finished basement to build a wine cellar, but I'm not sure what to do about ceiling insulation.
The basement ceiling right now is perfect. It was done in 2003 and is a sheetrocked "knockdown" textured ceiling. When the insulated partition wall goes up, I'll need to insulate the ceiling. What do I do?
1. Tear out the sheetrocked ceiling inside the cellar, insulate between floor joists and re-sheetrock.
Is #1 my only choice?? I think it is especially because I'd like a nice, normal ceiling and not just pink foam glued up there.
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