My above ground condo garage is directly below the kitchen. 3/4 of the garage is abutting heated rooms of adjacent condo units. The walls are finished, so is the ceiling with "popcorn" finish. The kitchen is so cold winter mornings because the garage gets so cold. My thought was to install 2" beadboard type rigid insulation to the garage ceiling using drywall screws with large washers (so as not to defrom the insulation) into studs.
Will this help? Should I be taping the rigid insulation joints with any type of heat tape product?
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