We are having a wood shed 12’x14’ built to house a small (7’x7’) above ground heated therapy pool so we can use it year round. The shed/building is being built on a gravel pad with no wooden floor due to weight of the water and to avoid damage if a leak should happen.
We have a window on each end of the 12’ dimension that can be opened, two windows along one of the 14’ walls, and several windows along the same 14’ wall, up high. They can be opened as well. The pool will be heated to about 85-90 degrees. We want to heat the inside of the building with a sealed electric oil heater.
We are concerned about humidity and want to know the best way to insulate the building and not trap moisture in the walls to cause mold.what would be some products we could choose from.
Is there anything that should be applied to the walls before insulating and what do we need on the room side of the insulation. We are not looking for a fancy finish. We just need functionality with a reasonable budget consideration.
Any suggestions would be appreciated.