I have a room stripped bare to the studs. Its a corner room on the first
floor, so I'm planning on reinsulating the two exterior walls. I'm wondering
if I should do anything with the areal where the ceiling/floor joists
between the first and second floor reach the edge of the house. Basically
there is a 2x6 block, 1/2" sheathing, foam and then vinal siding. Should I
try to add some insulation in these end cavaties between the floors?
Actually I insulated my entire 1st floor ceiling. Then I can close off the
upstairs and just heat the downstairs - saving money on heating costs.
I also have a door at the foot of the stairs going to the second floor. If I
want the upstairs warm, I leave the door open (warms up in a couple of
hours), if I will not be using the upstairs for awhile, I'll close it.
"Bernie Hunt" wrote in message
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