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I have done what you asked when I was an insulator for a few years. Unfaced batts were added horizontally. After each run was set and bedded well over the lower insulation, wires were placed at the top of the horizontal run, using screw eyes, there is a tool that zips these right in that you use on your drill, or staples. Then the next horizontal run was ...


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Vapor barrier is required by practical considerations, not by code (at least in the US). For concrete slab placed over soil with high water content, it is good idea/practice to provide the vapor barrier, to prevent the floor from getting moist/wet, and make the living space too damp. Galvanized steel itself is water/moisture resistant, but, in a enclosed, ...


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The logs cannot be absorbing moisture from dry air so the air must be humid, at least while the humidifier is running. Maybe it's obvious, but keep the bedroom doors and windows closed while the machine is running. If the door is open, and you are using a small room humidifier, that would be the problem, not the walls. If you want the bedroom door open ...


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