Insulating a Corrugated Metal Building


Old 08-10-19, 10:02 AM
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Insulating a Corrugated Metal Building

I have a 16' x20' corrugated building that I am using as a garage/workshop and I would like to insulate the structure so I use it during the winter months. I have come across a couple insulation distributors but I am not clear how tacking fiberglass, foam, etc.on the walls and ceiling would hold up to excessive condensation. I would appreciate any comments and/.or suggestions.
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Old 08-10-19, 11:37 AM
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The only real way to have it effectively insulated is to have it spray foamed.
The foam adheres directly to the metal stopping the condensation.
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during construction you probably had many more options for insulation that was installed as they attach the corrugated metal now that it is already built would also think spray foam would work the best.
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Agree, spray foam is only "easy" option but check it out first, your shed is nice and shiney, spray foam is pretty ugly stuff in its raw state!
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I appreciate U'r comments and suggestions. After reviewing the comments I left messages with a couple foam insulation business in my area, depending upon the cost and estimated time to complete the job I may be able to get this done before this winter season.

I thank U'all
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