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Old 05-19-2010, 10:01 PM   #1
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Faced vs unfaced insulation in basement?


I am finishing out my basement and I put one inch pink board behind the studs. I plan on insulating before drywall but am unsure as to what/ whether I need kraft faced insulation or unfaced insulation. The pink board should be a vapor barrier am I creating a situation where I have two barriers if I use the Kraft faced which I have read is bad? Just trying to get the best scenario. tx
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