though i have no handyman skills, i'm going to attempt to insulate a
garage-space to office-space conversion and need a little help. the
garage consists of three rooms and i'm converting only the middle room.
it has a ceiling with an attic. can i just lay fiberglas insulation on
the attic floor? do i need a vapor barrier and, if so, is kraft-faced
fiberglas sufficient, laid paper-side down, i assume?
for a look at this, see: www.linter.org/pictures/attic.jpg and
the two interior walls have siding on the office-space side and 2x4
studs on the other side. is putting in kraft-faced insulation all i
need to do here? also -- is there anything cheaper, faster, and
lighter to cover the insulation with than sheetrock? i don't need
for a look at this, see: www.linter.org/pictures/interiorfront.jpg
the wall facing outside has studs. (see
www.linter.org/pictures/interiorfront.jpg ) anything easy to cover the
insulation with here?
with these questions answered it seems like something i might be
able to do but then again maybe there are things i need to know that i
don't know i need to know. if so, please feel free to offer thoughts.