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Old 01-19-2011, 10:11 AM   #1
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Our home was built in the early 60's with 2 x 4 and stucco. When the outside drops below minus 20 C the walls in the closets, kitchen cupboards and electrical plugs freeze up. I want to remove the stucco, then add Thermax CI external insulation and finish it of with NEXSTONE panels. Will I need to ad a vapour barrier between the wood and the "thermax" and will that give us enough insulation?

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Welcome to the forum! Where is the house located?

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