Hi everyone, can I get some advice please?
I bought a summer house and decided to insulate/board it myself to save money.
The insulation is fine but the back part of the shed, the plyboard has mould along the bottom of it. Only a few cms if that, in height.
I’ve ripped it out today and wondering why, if anyone can give advice?
Should the ply not touch the floor? (The side pieces are a mm or 3 off the floor.
Could it be ‘cause there wasn’t any insulation along the lower part of the frame (it had accidentally folded up a little) therefore it was ply- wood frame not ply-insulation-wood frame 🤷🏻♀️
I’m so confused as the sides of the shed are fine, no mould & done the same way (I thought).
I’ve ordered stuff to clean and treat/prevent it but I’d rather figure out why and 100% prevent it from happening again in the future, before I buy new ply and cover it again.
The back of the shed has vents on the top, sides don’t (it’s a Pent summer house).
[it has been closed all over winter and not used, due to not being finished, but the vents should’ve been enough to keep it ‘safe’]🤷🏻♀️
Any help would be appreciated. Thanks