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Hi Wayne, did you just build pine framing and attach it to the shd wall? did you insulate behind wall?
thinking of doing the same in my shed, its way to hot.
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@Vicki76Hi Vicki,I had purchased a huge bundle of treated pine slats at auction at some time for a ridiculous price and used those for the framing, just brad nailed to the shed timbers.No I did not insulate behind the wall since I only did that end wall and would not be lining the whole shed, I would dearly love a completely lined and insulated shed though (not to mention one 3 times the size)
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