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Offline Roadking92

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Hi all,
I have gutted my King Crow and am getting close to paneling the inside. I have used 1.5 foam sheets to give it a bit more insulating factor than the fiber that was in it. For the ceiling, I am debating using galvanized corrugated metal for a different look. I have the pink foam sheets between the studs and was thinking I would use some additional fiberglass to put up and pin to the stud and fill the voids in the corrugate of the metal panels. Would get a little more insulation high and not be any heavier than paneling alone.
https://www.menards.com/main/paint/paneling-planking/paneling/corrugated-galvanized-steel-panel/1558102/p-1521613908158-c-8168.htm

Thoughts on if this? Any have metal ceilings, any issues?

Thanks.

Offline hardwater diehard

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I think condensation would be a concern/problem .
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Offline Roadking92

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Yep, that is my concern as well. My 1 data point is where the prior owner put up two 2x2 copper sheets on ceiling to cover the paneling damaged by a roof leak. I never saw a drop of condensation on those, thus my broken mind started thinking about different options including metal.

I get that none of the manufacturers do this, so there is likely a reason, but wanted to ask in the event someone had experience that said it would work.

 



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