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Blow In Insulation


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02-21-05, 03:10 PM   #1  
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Blow In Insulation

I Am Remodeling A Room For A Nursery For Our First Child. The Room Is The Furthest From The Furnace. I Want To Blow In Insulation Between The Wall Studs Of The Exterior Walls. I See Most Often That This Is Done From The Outside. Is It Okay To Do It From The Inside. I Think It Would Be Easier For Me To Core Out Holes In The Drywall And Patch Rather Than Remove Siding. Any Thoughts Would Be Greatly Appreciated.

 
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02-21-05, 07:45 PM   #2  
blown in

I think you might find your home uninhabitable for a long time after an inside

job on blown cellulose. The stuff is messy! If you have vinyl siding, that

comes off a lot easier than you might think. If you have wood or alum. they

usually use liitle plugs to fill the holes.

 
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