I am busy insulating a 100 square metre room with vaulted ceilings. The roof has four diffreent pitches of roof (neighbours objected to planning in a BIG way - so we had to go this route).
I am due to complete insulation this week and now need advise on the easiest way to batten off the internal roof trusses to prep them for plasterboarding (which i am also doing!).
SPEC OF THE PROJECT :
- Timber frame
100 sq metre open plan room
Vaulted ceilings with 4 different pitches
Architect & structural engineer : specified 50x50 timber battens & all other specs used.
Timber frame (height 226)
To then be covered with 9mm OSB
Battened off with 50x50 timber battens to create service void
12.5mm Plasterboard to finish[/list]
50x50 battens to compress the h control insulation and create service void
Now the bit i need help with: i need to know the easiest and quickest way to batten off these walls and roof. I have never done it before and want to ensure i do this correctly and in the most efficient way possible
I have attached pictures and noted how i think i need to do this - any advice is much appreciated ! Wall battens shown in red, roof battens shown in yellow and plasterboard shown in green