48Rob wrote:With no offense or harm meant to anyone, it must be realized that the vast majority of people building teardrops are not professional home builders...
Keep a window or vent partly open when occupying the tear, and "air it out" in the morning.
Remember that wood can get wet and not be damaged...as long as it can dry quickly.
(The wood hidden behind walls with no air movement stays damp...)
I think you'll be fine with your current plan, after all, you realize the importance of proper ventilation!
jmtk wrote:I'm using pretty thin skins (1/8" inside and out) and believe I need to rely on good glue adhesion between the skins and pink insulation to achieve a rigid wall.
alaska teardrop wrote:If you're going to use a wrap type barrier, a 4 to 6 mil polyethylene sheet (the plastic that Rob mentioned) would be a better choice.
angib wrote:Gluing to the foam as well will increase the strength, and support the thin skins, but it's the bond to the framing that really matters.
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