I've been working on a project over the last year replacing a 20+ year old shed with something a little more substantial, but which is essentially just a summer house. It has a sauna and storage area one end and I went with an industrial style sip panel roof. What I am just trying to finish off is lining the main area which has two 8ft patio doors as one wall, and concrete block back wall. Which I've currently covered with 20mm polystyrene back plasterboard. Next step is securing it, but I've been getting conflicting advice ...
1/ Dot and dab - and add fixings for safety
2/ Butter the back so there are no gaps
3/ Just screw to wall since top will have coving, and bottom skirting.
3 is obviously the easy option, and just bash in fixings at 16" centres?
So does the adhesive add anything here? It's not like it's a living space and the only reason for the insulation is to keep the heat in a little over the winter - need the doors open at the moment to let the heat out :)