Oklahoma City, OK, US
FYI floorplans are here:
I don't want to open the cellulose vs. fiberglass can of worms here, but did want to mention that a DIYer can blow fiberglass into wall cavities with the rental equipment found at the big blue and orange box stores. Owens-Corning lists an R-value of 3.8 and 4.4 per inch at 1.3 and 1.8 lb/cubic ft density, which is comparable to dense-pack cellulose, and the risk of settling is minimized with a blown-in fiberglass approach. At least where I live in Oklahoma City, the DIYer price for cellulose and fiberglass material is the same.
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