They are drilling holes right now to inject the insulation into our home YIPEEE here are some pics of the woodpecker effect it has lol
Flatbedford said:What does a job like that cost? I HAVE to do something like that at my place. Too much of my hard work is heating the outside.
yes it compresses the fiberglass down to an inch thickness. The only room in my house that had fiberglass was my mud room when we got up this morning it was acctually warm which has never ever been.fespo said:Dose this work if you have some fiberglass in the walls already or just in emty walls? I know I have some insulation but would like more. Frank
No I deliberately tried to keep things vented as much as possible to allow good air circulation to remove excess moisture, but the chalet style roof doesn't really have much open area above the insulation like a regular attic, so getting the air to flow through is kind of a challenge. We did install vented soffit and the metal roof installed over the strapping does allow for some ventilation, plus there is open space at the ridge of the roof for air to escape, so I'm sure that helps.Semipro said:We hope to do something similar with our roof.
Did you also close off any under roof ventilation (i.e., ridge and soffit vents)?
Maybe you didn't have any to close off being in BC.