Garage Insulation

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Old 01-20-04, 07:56 AM
DyeLooper
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Garage Insulation

Hey all,
My master bedroom is over my garage and I now the outside walls of the garage are not insulated. The floor of my room is insulated and usually not that cold.

1) I'm trying to warm my garage some
2) I think it will help in my bedroom to some extent
3) The water lines going to the master bath froze up last week and I will insulate these lines some more.

Question: Should I use krafted or non-kraft faced insulation in the walls of the garage?

Got any other advice/learnings, please do not hesitate to give it. I'm always looking for further advice.

Thanks in advance for yourreplys

DyeLooper
 

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Old 01-20-04, 09:19 AM
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My master bedroom is under my garage and I now the outside walls of the garage are not insulated. The floor of my room is insulated and usually not that cold.
Is this right ???Use paper back insulation in the garage. Paper to the inside of the garage.Insulation in the garage will help a lot here and with the car heat could keep the pipes from getting froze up again.
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Old 01-20-04, 11:05 AM
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My Mistake

Thanks for the reply, I saw I had mad the mistake, my master bedroom is above the garage. Thanks again

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