I have a 1.75-story house. About 90 years old. Attic bedrooms with
kneewalls. No insulation in attic floor, kneewalls or beneath roof.
Let's say the overall shape is a box within a triangle. The box
represents the finished bedroom in the attic. I am concerned with the
inaccessible, smaller-triangular space above the finished "box."
I researched and understand the methods of installing the proper
amounts of insulation on the attic floor and beneath the roof, as well
as maintaining sufficient venting between insulation and roof. These
areas are completely and easily accessible.
HOWEVER, the smaller, triangular space above the finished attic bedroom
is inaccessible. How do I go about installing roof insulation and the
corrugated spacers which provide venting between insulation and
underside of the roof?
I am in Northeast MA. I cannot access this space from above the
roofdeck, as house was re-roofed 1 yr prior to purchase (lost
Any assistance would be greatly appreciated!