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I'd use unfaced fiberglass, at least if each wall cavity has a place above the shower where the wall can breathe. Fiberglass is very permeable to air, which is why it only works well in still air.


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If you need help with gardening-related tasks, you probably want to ask on Gardening & Landscaping Stack Exchange. The answer to your question is to not build a dam, but instead prevent this scenario from occurring. Probably the biggest issue I can think of with a dam is water on the wrong side of it - you've essentially built a mini-pool against your ...


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I really recommend Hardie boards vs. other good competitors. They are oblivious to water - don't hold it and break down. If money is no object, nothing outperforms sprayfoam. If you want something that works well but cheaper - Roxul. I have not used a vapor barrier on any of my HB/redguard installs unless inspector needs to see it then I stick fork holes ...



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