Open beam ceiling insulation

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Old 11-08-10, 02:39 PM
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Open beam ceiling insulation

Is there any kind of open beam ceiling insulation that you can sandwich in between the beams up there from the inside without having to seal it off with drywall or wood?
 
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Are you taliking about an attic?
 
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Old 11-09-10, 02:30 PM
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No. There is no attic. I look up and I see the roof.
 
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You can put kraft faced insulation between the beams, with the stryofoam behind it but it's not going to look very nice. What kind of room is it, if it's not an attic?
 
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Why do you want visible insulation? Anything with a kraft face needs to be covered because it is flammable. Same goes with foam.
 
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