So I know this is kind of a rabbit hole question -- mostly because I've been down that hole for the last month reading articles that disagree with each other. I'm hoping the folks here can give me a more practical answer..
I live in Maryland, so it does dip below zero on occasion here. My basement is all concrete, and I've never seen a drop of water. Realizing that concrete sweats (even if I can't see it), my plan is;
- put up 3/4" EPS
- fill the walls with standard insulation
- cover with a plastic moisture barrier sheet before putting up drywall
- Dricore subfloor
My question is basically; is that the right way to go? Do I need to change anything to make sure I stay moisture/mold-free?