We're at the point of insulating our house addition.
Our general suggested we use the blown in foam type that is then cut off
flush to the studs. He says there is less air infiltration, and that this
company also pays particular attention to details such as caulking around
windows and doors etc.
My question is about down the line. This spray encapsulates the pipes and
wires. Later on, if one wants to break into the wall for any purpose,
doesn't this make access a little harder? And more to fix?
Or is this a good type of insulation versus the fiberglass batts?
We have a slight pitched roof, so will have to use batts put up from below
because of no crawl space in the attic. No attic.