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Join Date: Jul 2002
Location: Upstate, South Carolina
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Thanks Woolly. I will get some tape. The foam board has tounge and groove on it, so by adding the tape I should have as tight a seal as possible. That darn adhesive to attach to the wall goes fast! I used a whole tube for just one sheet.
I don't have a hammer drill, but have used masonry bits in a standard drill. I think I can get anchors in that way too.
Question: Should I use rigid foam board over the top of the concrete wall? There is about a 4" wide section along the top of the wall that is exposed.
By the way, I'm in Greenville, SC, near the intersection of South Carolina, Georgia, NOrth Carolina and Tennessee. Our climate is considered mild. I want to take all reasonable measure in insulation, but don't think I'm designing for the extreme.