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8y, 1w agoPosted 8 years, 1 week ago
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8y, 1w agoPosted 8 years, 1 week ago
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Carley
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you need 20 x 12 opposite sides so a breeze can go straight through it taking the moisture with it
1 Like #2
Have you got it on slabs? Easiest way to stop it is place heavy plastic sheeting under the slabs (but above the earth, go about 12-18 inches out with it too) as this is where the moisture in condensing from.
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#4
rice?

just a thought.
banned#5
Carley
No, i have a foundation kit placed directly onto a concrete base, i plan to fill the foundation with a more permanent base soon.

are you saying if i put plastic sheeting under the planned base (more than likely concrete) then it will reduce / stop the condensation?


Damp proofing or similar underneath the base

http://www.wickes.co.uk/DPMs/Damp-Proofing-Membrane-1000-Gauge/invt/152859
http://www.wickes.co.uk/DPMs/Damp-Proofing-Membrane-1000-Gauge/invt/152859&temp=largeimage
#6
leecher
rice?

just a thought.


Shed on a Paddy field ?

maxmix :-D
#7
kapows


Let me google that for you..... SO last year... :roll:
1 Like #8
My metal shed is on a plywood floor on top of some pallets. No condensation at all.
banned#9
ChipSticks
Let me google that for you..... SO last year... :roll:


dude! it has the answer to his question!
i only found out about it a few weeks ago and the guy that first posted was right...you get to use it every hour! lol! i so love myself right now :-D
banned#10
Shengis
My metal shed is on a plywood floor on top of some pallets. No condensation at all.


That's because air is allowed to flow underneath :)
#11
lumoruk
That's because air is allowed to flow underneath :)


That's why I did it that way ;-) Forward planning and all that :lol:
banned#12
Carley
for your info... the misc section will always beat google when it comes to finding the best method to fix things. no need to trawl through countless carp trying to find the answer when i can have peoples own experiences and sensible solutions in a jiffy right here. ;-)

oh and how do you think google get's its answers... try googling 'plastic shed condensation' again and see what is on the first page of results now!


the first three links have similar answers given here :thumbsup:

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