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Old 03-29-2016, 11:21 AM   #11
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Just remember, insulation is very important in places where the climate is hot as balls too... Keeping your conditioned air cool and such...
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Maybe I'll put a layer of insulation above the plywood instead of below--- anyone have a reason why it should be below the plywood?
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Yeah, because insulation is soft. It will compress in traffic areas if it's not covered with a hard surface to spread out the weight.
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