Cellulose Insulation Moved by Wind
We’re prepping a house for blown in cellulose insulation and during inspection we noticed a lot of wind coming into the attic space. We’re worried that this wind can move the cellulose out of place and leave hot spots. The wind is coming in through the metal panel ridges at the fascia.
What would be the best way to block high winds? Were not looking to fully air seal rather just stop high wind movement. Im thinking fiberglass batts at the perimeter as we would like to avoid foam.
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