The Building Science Corporation uses this illustration to show details for installing vertical furring strips over exterior mineral wool insulation up to 6 inches thick. -- Installing Mineral Wool Insulation Over Exterior Wall Sheathing | GreenBuildingAdvisor.com
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up within the masonry and not allowing the existing wall to 'breath'. His suggestion was to use hygrocopic materials -Sheep's wool insulation and timber lath and traditional plaster. After reading this forum I beleive that his alternate method could actually cause an increase in moisture build up on the internal face of the existing wall. is this correct?