Re: Insulating my cellar walls
Howdy, is the framing tight against the foundation walls? is there a foam strip between the wood and the concrete floor? Any evidence of moisture? Mold is always a concern in basements. Insulation that does not readily grow it is a good start. No paper backed fiberglass! Fungus/ mold eats wood paper is wood. If you are going to use the room allot then once you have ruled out moisture entry consider having an 1" or 2 of closed cell insulation spray applied to the wall cavity it is $$ but very effective. Have you done a moisture test on the floor? Consider taping a 2 foot square of plastic to the slab and come back in 24 to 36 hours and see if moisture on the cement/ plastic if not then you have good options if moisture then maybe no finish the cellar.
Any an all of my comments are just my opinion and not to be confused with facts.