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Posted By: Mike GeorgePlasterboarding a single skin garage could be disastrous, as the masonry often gets damp (sometimes saturated) at really wet times of the year. I'ts the openness of the blockwork which aides evaporation and drying
Posted By: wookeyYou might want to insulate it if you work in there so it's not competely freezing. Then some kind of robust wall-covering over the insulation makes sense. (I've got 100mm of PIR on my garage walls and in the door now, 50mm XPS under the floor and 150mm PIR in the roof, which I suppose makes it better insulated than most houses). And the walls are magnesium silicate boards (resistant multipro).
Posted By: atomicbisfDrylining the inside of a garage would be silly anyway as it would be liable to be damaged if you did any heavy work in there.
Posted By: MarkBennettPosted By: atomicbisfDrylining the inside of a garage would be silly anyway as it would be liable to be damaged if you did any heavy work in there.Indeed, we'd never entertain the idea. I just wondered if there was some method to their madness that I couldn't see. Seems not!
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