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01-08-01, 08:55 AM   #1  
I presently own a 2 story, semi-detatched home, which is approx. 63 years old. The previous owner had renovated the
whole house, putting up new dry-wall and ceilings.
Due to water damage, I've gutted the 2nd floor bathroom, and discovered that he hadn't placed insulation against the outside wall. (Heck, heh didn't even frame it.) Due to the lower temperature on the second floor, I believe that he left all the walls uninsulated.
SO! My question is, does anybody have any idea if it's possible to have the stuff blown in via the inside, or outide, walls? If so, roughly how much (cdn) it costs?
My upper floor has about 500 sq ft of living space with three outside walls.

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01-08-01, 09:44 AM   #2  
I forgot to mention that the extrior walls appear to be
a double layered brick construction.


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