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01:38PM | 05/06/21
I have been told by a contractor that in this instance I should use unfaced insulation to allow the moisture to escape. I live in North Carolina and we have some very humid weather. I work in the garage and heat it with a small portable heat pump and use it for cooling in the summer.

After ripping down the garage ceiling(sheet rock and painted) to install insulation, I'm finding that the humidity in the garage is very high and causing some tools to rust - I never had this problem before. So what should I do?

Should I use faced or unfaced insulation and if faced which direction should it face.

The unfinished bonus room will not be finished for some time.

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