Insulating End Wall trusses

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Old 10-03-03, 08:17 AM
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Insulating End Wall trusses

My garage was built with standard trusses all the way. no end wall trusses on the ends. So I have a problem. how do i insulate the end trusses? I have the bonus room trusses over my garage. the ends of the bonus room are insulated because the contractor tipped up a 2 x 6 wall to fill that end opening but where the attic space is the truss webbing is up tight against the wall sheathing so there is only 1 1/2" of depth that I coudl use to insulate. I was thinking possibly just taking 2" styro panels and attaching them but thats only like R5. The garage floor is radiant heat and so is the upper bonus room.
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Old 10-06-03, 09:15 PM
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You should frame out this wall to your desired width. Meaning to say if R-13 is being used in the rest of the wall area, then frame out with 2 x 4's, if it is R-19, then frame out with 2 x 6's. You want uniformity throughout the room.
 
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