This may seem like a silly question:
Been doing carpentry for many years but am considering using steel studs for the first time. I’m looking at a basement remodel and might use steel studs to frame around the perimeter. How does one use batt insulation if the studs are hollow? Seems like the batts wouldn’t be wide enough to fill the cavity.
BTW, anyone see the brief article in Builder citing research by CARB on the most moisture-breathable insulating system for basements? That research showed that fg batts trap the least amount of moisture.
THanks for the help.