Im going to have about 2' in the center above the drop ceiling, and of
course a decreasing height as you move toward the exterior walls.
Which is more effective ?: Insulate all the way up, or, leave an air
space of some amount ? If the latter, how much air space ? (Id like
to use Batt insulation). Thanks, David.
On Jun 10, 3:53 pm, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
1. If youre putting in a drop ceiling with a cathedral ceiling above
it... the height between the drop ceiling and cathedral ceiling will
vary as you move further away from center. This is my case.
2. What i have above the batt insulation going in, is a cathedral
ceiling and beyond that id guess a few inches of roof insulation then
the wood deck then the asphalt tiles. I suspected insulating all the
way up was better than any air space. Thanks.
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