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TRIPOLYMER FOAM INSULATION


Posted by ANNE ARNDT on March 9th, 2003 08:30 PM
In reply to I saw this on a "home show" by Moderator, Steve on August 13th, 2002 10:14 AM [Go to top of thread]

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I FOUND A REFERENCE TO THIS TYPE OF INSULATION AND WONDERED ABOUT IT'S APPLICATION IN OUR HOUSE.
WE BOUGHT A BRICK EXTERIOR SPLIT LEVEL WITH PLASTER SHEATHED WALLS INSIDE. WE DO NOT WANT TO REMOVE THE WALLS TO INSULATE AS PLASTER REPLACEMENT HERE IN THE NEW YORK WOULD BE COSTLY. I AM ASSUMING THAT, IF IT COULD BE USED IN OUR HOUSE, HOLES COULD BE PUNCHED IN THE INTERIOR WALLS.
WHEN ORIGINALLY BUILD IN 1969 THE CONTRACTOR INSTALLED LOOSE FILL INSULATION. IN THE ENSUING YEARS IT HAS PACKED DOWN AND NOW THE WALLS ARE FREEZING IN THE WINTER. THIS HOUSE MUST BE RE-INSULATED! I'M FREEZING!
THANKS,
ANNE ARNDT



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