I have a very small insulating job. Foam insulation won't really work. Any
ideas on where to buy a small amount of fiberglass insulation? I don't want
to buy a whole batt, because I would just end up trashing all but a 1.5'
piece of it.
You can usually find pieces that small along the side of the road if you
keep your eye's open.
If you need one batt and don't wanna buy a whole bundle, the building
supply stores often sell individual batts out of broken bundles.
(Menard's has them rolled up and stacked near the lumber desk)
A single batt is always useful to have around, with the unused pieces you
can always insulate various cracks an crevices in attics, etc. If you
really want a tiny piece, loiter near a construction site just after framing
and electrical is finished, you may find scraps, or a sympathetic installer
or contractor. May also find some in their debris bin or trash pile.
On Thu, 16 Dec 2004 17:10:01 -0500, "Buck Turgidson"
home depot sells real tiny rolls of the stuff. I usually see it
arournd the foam insulation section. It's used like a bat of cotton,
you tear off a piece to stuff around windows and door jams.
tom @ www.FindMeShelter.com
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