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    Advice on moisture for external office

    Thanks for replying both. Insulation - I'd initially thought of using regular glass mineral wool insulation on walls and ceiling. I'd read about the various layers, so it would be as follows, from inside to out: foil backed plasterboard > insulation > ply/osb > builders paper > air gap/batons...
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    Advice on moisture for external office

    Hi All, Enthusiastic amateur here - I've fitted a couple of bathrooms, a kitchen, false walls etc, but I'm no expert. I have a desk job, so I enjoy doing something practical in my spare time. Not sure if you can help with a question about moisture, but thought I'd ask... I'm planning on...
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    Office Shed Advice

    It's not designed yet, just scoping out issues such as these at the minute. We could factor in a gap if needed. I'll look into that then - I didn't realise there were different rules if it was attached to your house - thanks for the heads up..
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    Office Shed Advice

    Thanks for replying. I was under the impression that as long as it's under 2.5 metres we're fine right up to the boundary: https://www.planningportal.co.uk/info/200130/common_projects/43/outbuildings With building regs, I didn't think it was a consideration, but I just checked...
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    Office Shed Advice

    Hi All, I'm looking at building an office shed at the side of our house. We've not decided whether to go for a pre-fab, or build one ourselves. I've not bad at DIY myself - kitchens, bathrooms, partition walls etc. We also have a good friend who's a carpenter. We were hoping someone might be...
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