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HUSKY 12 ft. x 100 ft. 4 mil Flame Retardant Plastic Sheeting at Home Depot $39.71 + Free Shipping

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I live in the mid-atlantic, can anyone comment if I need a vapor barrier for my insulated exterior walls?
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Quote from diadilus
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I live in the mid-atlantic, can anyone comment if I need a vapor barrier for my insulated exterior walls?
Good question
"Air sealing is more important than vapor retarders."
Personally I believe in using kraft paper barriers.
It stops most of the moisture but still allows the structure to breath so it can dry out.
Trapped moisture is a problem.
Good luck on your decision.

Here's the link-
https://www.energyvanguard.com/bl...r-Probably
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Quote from Red55
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Good question
"Air sealing is more important than vapor retarders."
Personally I believe in using kraft paper barriers.
It stops most of the moisture but still allows the structure to breath so it can dry out.
Trapped moisture is a problem.
Good luck on your decision.

Here's the link-
https://www.energyvanguard.com/bl...r-Probably
Yeah 100% agree here, don't go adding random vapor barrier a to you walls. That's exactly how you get moisture problems.
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Stick with a regular painter's tarp. This stuff is just way to thin for most bodies.
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