May as well stick to some screws then.
Thank you Woody.
I've been doing a bit of research and apparently it's safer to use nails for timber framing due to their tensile strength. If I remember correctly...
I know it makes sense but it's still mad to read that.
So I assume the more expensive models are those that throw out the higher end KWh of heat.
I like your sig (Farage) by the way.
Sounds just like my workshop.
I'm wary of oil rads since the last one I had was pretty ineffective at £60. Von Haus too, which are apparently a good make. Specifically this...
A few have recommended the same thing. Perhaps I'll take a look.
Halogen heaters look pretty good too.
Thank you very much for all the help!
Looks like this will do nicely:...
Rockwool is definitely a possibility. Isn't it, a health hazard though? I was googling it and it's like, yes no yes no perhaps maybe.
Would I still not need a vapour barrier with Rockwool?
Also, you say go for Rockwool, is that because insulation panels (like Kingspan) are solid...
Ok thanks for the advice
Sure, that will go over the unpainted render, I thought I'd benefit from painting something on the interior wall as well.
Yes, I have it in mind to stick some Thomson Waterseal on the interior walls.
Rockwool - hopefully cheaper than the Kingspan I was going to buy!...
Hi Johnny, thanks for the advice.
The shed is for woodworking so I'll probably be spending a good few hours in there and six days a week. It...
I'll be insulating the walls when it gets warmer. Hopefully, when winter comes around again, I'll be ok with any oil radiator.
I'm going to use OSB over studwork but I'm not unsure about where the gaps should be.
Is this set up going to work? If the walls start rotting...
My shed is single skin breeze block and measures 6m x 5m (30sqm) with insulation in the roof (doing walls next year).
I bought an oil radiator...
You mean these: https://www.screwfix.com/p/easyfix-frame-fixings-8-x-120mm-10-pack/17480
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