I’m an inspector from Manitoba, Canada and I’m getting a fair number of basements that are properly studded, insulated, polied and drywalled. But the common thing to do is to remove the drywall, poly and insulation in specific sections of basements to make room for a cold storage area. They then insulate interior walls to contain the cooler temperatures. I’m finding that these areas usually contain mold growth. Is there a better way to build a basement cold storage than to remove these necessary components?
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