I am in the process of having cellulose insulation blown into empty
wall cavities. The contractor is almost finished and is supposed to
complete the job Monday.
In looking over the work done so far, I have some concerns. the
insulation is being blown in from the outside. Holes are being drilled
in 2 points in each cavity which from what I know is the correct way.
One hole is about 1 foot from the bottom of the wall and the other is
about threee feet from the top. It seems that this wouldn't completely
fill the wall with holes drilled so low. Just to be sure I checked 1
cavity and found about a 5" gap with no insulation at the top of the
There are also spots which have not been drilled and filled above
windows in parts of the house that are considered complete.
Is it reasonable to expect wall cavities to be completely filled or am
I nitpicking? I am thinking I should address this with the contractor,
before I pay for the job.
Any thoughts. Thanks.