Basement wall insulation
Hey everyone, got a question about the correct way to finish my basement walkout walls. I live in Missouri and fiberglass blow in blanket insulation was installed in June on my walkout basement walls above grade. Before this installation, in the winter I would have trouble with condensation on these walls behind unfaced batt insulation. Before they installed the blow in blanket, they picture framed the stud cavities with spray foam (not the whole cavity) and also spray foamed the rim joist cavities. So what I have now from the exterior to interior (wood siding, house wrap, framing, fiberglass blow in blanket and the netting). Trying to figure out if I need some type of air barrier, vapor retarder (membrain by certainteed) or something over the insulation netting to stop vapor or warm air making it to the wall behind the insulation in the winter. My plan is to leave the basement unfinished. A picture is attached. I appreciate any help you can provide for me, thanks.
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