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Looking for excellent insulation on a small self-built shed which will house electrics and compressors for a spray booth. So far I've completed the sub base and formwork, intending to pour the concrete tomorrow.

Seems 1200 gauge is the thickest. Do I need something thicker, or even double up on the 1200 ?

Thanks from a novice :-)


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1200 is the norm


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