Whether it's worth removing Sheetrock in closets to spray foam
Dear all, I have a Cape Cod and plan on insulating the second floor by air sealing with 2 inches of spray foam and then finishing with 3.5 inches of Ultra Touch cotton batts to fill the 6 inch rafters.
There are a few closets that are sheetrocked and will take a great effort to remove. Since the closets have doors thus preventing most of warm air to condense against the roof after dense packing with cellulose should I have any concerns? Ideally I would like to air seal whole of second floor but ripping out all the Sheetrock is a large task.
Posted Jan 3, 2013 12:04 AM ET
Edited Jan 3, 2013 6:22 AM ET
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