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hey guys welcome to the construction site on Saturday today we are going to attempt to do some thermal isolation on our foundation using XPS extruded polystyrene you can see we got a new electrical box its ok oh I just sank the boxes started connected to mains power but the guys put it here and players are going to do a installation under the road in December so were gonna get nice electrical power here I have been working on Thursday last week with some bitumen masks to bridge the gap between the foundation and the wide isolation on the walls and as you can tell it came out pretty well Im hoping this will not peel off at all but thats not a problem because today were going to apply some panels onto this that are going to basically be somewhere up to here this polystyrene and yeah so the idea is to cover up the gap between the wall and the foundations of any waters in here it wont seep under the wall wherever all of this around here is done and after the first wall the left side