I am having a polebarn built, and will be doing insulation myself in the
roof and walls. This is in Michigan, and I want to be able to work
inside it in the winter.Any ideas on which kind of insulation is best
and/or easiest? Also, do I need to put up any plastic sheeting for a
vapor barrier or anything? Thanks, Earl
On Aug 6, 10:44 pm, firstname.lastname@example.org (big e lewis) wrote:
remember you are building actually what might be in the future a house
or cottage. you may simply use the manufacturers website for each
material for your climate or zipcode, but first browse this
I just did some drywall hanging in a house that had sprayed in foam, like
the expanding foam you get in the stores. You can't do it yourself, but
that house was VERY cool to work in compared to fiberglass insulated houses.
It was easily 10 degrees cooler than it would have been with fiberglass
insulation. And the extremely interesting thing was that the insulation was
only about 2" thick! There was plenty of air space between the insulation
and the drywall!
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