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Blown in insulation

Posted by stan10 on December 31st, 2000 12:01 PM
In reply to Blown in Cellose.. by Steve: on December 31st, 2000 10:02 AM [Go to top of thread]

Cant push the batting, I can prolly use a rake to remove it.
Since the house is round all the rafters meet at one
high point in the center of the roof.

The hallway and bathroom on the top floor has a regular ceiling.

The rafters are about 14 inches apart where they enter the "attic"
part above the hallway.

So I will be sticking the hose in between each rafter.

The rafters are about 4 feet apart at the edge of the house.
House is 37 feet in diameter, has 13 sides, each side is 8 feet long.

Is snowed a couple of weeks ago and we are losing so much heat through the roof
that the snow didnt stick to our roof like it did every other house.

WHats the down side to not having an air gap?

Any other ideas?

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