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House Addition w/ No Insulation


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06-26-10, 06:40 PM   #1  
House Addition w/ No Insulation

I recently purchased a house that has a room that was added on years ago. There is no insulation in the walls (and possibly the ceiling) so its been getting really hot in there with the temp outside in the upper 90's (and 100's starting this week).

My question to you folks is this:

Would it be easier for me to demo the walls, insert insulation, and have someone come in and do the drywall or leave the drywall as is and have someone come in and spray insulation into the existing walls?

The room is approximately 30ft by 15ft, standard height. Im looking for cost wise here as well.

Thanks in advance

 
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06-27-10, 03:40 AM   #2  
In most cases having someone blow in insulation is going to be much less expensive than a demo job. Get some quotes first.

Bud

 
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