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We have a three season cottage that had a leaking roof that we did not detect until after we purchased the cottage and pulled the existing ceiling down.:furious: The bathroom is an addition with a low pitch to the metal roof and did not have proper flashing or blocking, this has been fixed.
We have a ceiling with studs and we are trying to finish it again properly, there is no attic above.
I am wanting to find out if we should insulate with pink and then put up a vapor barrier, then put up some sort of a ceiling tile or sheeting. We do not want to drywall but want to ensure that the insulating is done properly for humiditiy purpose.
 

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We have a three season cottage that had a leaking roof that we did not detect until after we purchased the cottage and pulled the existing ceiling down.:furious: The bathroom is an addition with a low pitch to the metal roof and did not have proper flashing or blocking, this has been fixed.
We have a ceiling with studs and we are trying to finish it again properly, there is no attic above.
I am wanting to find out if we should insulate with pink and then put up a vapor barrier, then put up some sort of a ceiling tile or sheeting. We do not want to drywall but want to ensure that the insulating is done properly for humiditiy purpose.
It would help if you stated where the building is.
Ron
 
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