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[Cob] interior walls, width, curvaturepaul dotpaul at paulleblanc.net
Thu Jan 18 18:23:12 PST 2007
----- Original Message ----- From: "Tys Sniffen" <tys at ideamountain.com> To: <coblist at deatech.com> Sent: Thursday, January 18, 2007 4:45 PM Subject: [Cob] interior walls, width, curvature > Hey folks, > > > > What's the word on the 'standard' (ha) thickness of interior, > non-load-bearing walls? I've worked with stuff about 4 to 5 inches thick. > but not sure if there's other opinions. The ones I worked with were quite > curved as well (for stability) > Hi, I'm Paul and new to the list (home state Taxachusetts, but have lived in Eugene, OR, and plan to head back and do a cob house.) Question about the interior walls: Does anybody care about the sound insulation values? I see a lot of open area designs and it seems like people are not big into privacy. Is that because of lifestyle preferences, money for doors or is everybody quiet as mice? Maybe I'm used to more noise than my nerves can stand, but I want some type of sp-value (soundproof value) I think. p
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