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Old 07-02-2018, 06:52 PM
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Hello, I have just moved house and there is a shed in the back garden. Perfect size for what I want it for. One side is concrete and the other is made out of wood.
The windows will be replaced with double glazing and the other ones we don't need will be boarded up and insulated.
We are also currently insulating the floor.
I was just wondering could we use loft insulation for the walls? ( it's cheaper and thicker)
There would be wood placed over it but don't want to buy a load if it won't work out.
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I think it would compact down over time.
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Never thought about that to be honest. Might work well for a year or so and then would have to re do it all again. Thank you, I will keep looking then!
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