Friction Fit of Rockwool Batts
For this energy efficient shed, I have a very small attic. All of the trusses are now up.
To make life easier, the plan was to put in the ceiling first (vapor barrier and plywood ceiling) and then put in batts of Rockwool from above before sheathing the roof.
Due to a bad weather forecast, I am now thinking of sheathing the roof first and installing the batts from the bottom. That will mean jamming them in from below between the studs and the friction-fit will need to hold them up until I can at least get some vapor barrier stapled up. Should that work? Having never attempted this before, I am having a hard time knowing if this is as practical as it sounds.
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