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Posted on condensation in my new storage steel shed/garage sized

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#1 posted 02-25-2013 04:29 PM

No I bought this kit shed and built it simply by screwing all the premade steel panels together onto a wooden base which I had made.

I as said do NOT intend to use it at anytime for working from just plain and simply use it for woodstorage nothing else.I have a bit of ventilation at the front and backside of the building but we have had some very cold weather inc snow ice frost etc.
The shed is simply warmer inside than the outside colder air and being steel it imediately turns the warmer air inside as it hits the roof and to a lesser extent walls turns to condensation the water is dripping from the roof ont a sheet I placed their for protectiing the wood beneath it from the water dripping above.This will get better when the warmer weather comes and we don.t have any cold outside to condensate the warm air inside just like your car on a cold day. Alistair

-- excuse my typing as I have a form of parkinsons disease


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