Hello, I wonder if the electricity goes between the glass wool and plasterboard? I also wanted to know if this was correct order of installation: fiberglass, rail, electricity, plasterboard plate. If this is not good thank you for giving me the correct order. Thank you for your answers
Bonsoir.Il Start by locating the metal frame, then move the containers son ducts electrical holes metal stud (at mark the ends of the floor son to know where to drill them out), put the insulation panels in the amounts (the difference being they are 0.60 m) and screw the drywall to the framing. With a saw bell, make the holes for outlets and switches, which can take out the son
Following your questions it appears that you have a vacuum between your wool and the wall. I advise you to avoid as far as possible empty spaces, put a thicker wool or wool double vapor barrier on the side always the warmest. If you do not choice make sure the wool does not slip with time. A few years later the wool is tightly packed insulation is the result disappointing.