How to fix poorly blown in cellulose in ceiling rafters
My house has poorly blown cellulose in the ceiling rafters in my attic. Using my FLIR there are many areas that are showing significant heat loss especially near the soffits. I am trying to fix it by adding additional cellulose in the ceiling rafter area. The attic has a ridge vent on the roof an 2 eve vents. There are no soffit vents.
Can I blow cellulose into the ceiling rafter cavities and fill them completely? Some have a slight air gap on the top and some have mounds touching the plywood roof. It was not blown on uniformly. So much mixed stuff out there on to do it or not. My roof gets full sun all day so I cant see moisture being a problem. I attached some pictures as well.
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