Never worked with insulation before. My laundry room shares a wall with the cold room and it's always freezing. I justbwant to confirm that when i apply the vapor barrier, I would put it first before putting in the insulation. there ks no drywall on the cold room side. attaching a picture. there is currently foam board there which I will remove because it doesnt help. the insulation i am used is R-24. appreciate all directions and thoughts if something seems off
Yes remove the foam. I would glue r-10 foam board to the interior side of the walls that will back on the cold room. Seal all the seams with tuck-tape. Then frame on that side. You can the add more Roxul insulation in the framed wall.
Search the TrustedPros directory and discover the best contractors in your area.Find your home service pro