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 Post subject: Dry Lineing?
PostPosted: Sun Oct 07, 2018 9:15 am 
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If Dry lineing or I suppose any boarding, which do you do first, walls, or ceiling, and does it really matter, its in the garage/ workshop of the new house, so we cannot afford to get them both done, insurance company's never pay out for all your loses after a fire :angryfire: so we will just have the walls plus 125mm of insulation to start with, then later the ceiling with 200mm of insulation. Thanks


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Heat rises so it would be best to do the ceiling as it will contain any latent heat in the garage longer acting as a buffer for heat loss from the house. (is there a room above?) The walls are thermal type blocks presumably so heat loss will be reduced. My minds eye of the house layout is probably totally wrong but I would go ceilings first. :thumbright:

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Thanks but why ceiling first? is there a physical reason for it or is thats the way its always been done, not taking the p*** just wondered why . Nos


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If you do the ceiling first:-

a) you probably have enough room to erect a scaffold of some sort, or at least move your step ladders around unimpeded, if the walls are done first you're more likely to clutter the area making the ceiling a pig of a job with constantly moving stuff

b) any lack of fixings around the edge of the ceiling will be compensated for by the p/b or plaster on the walls holding up the edges

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