I’ve recently read multiple articles on the benefits of cellulose insulation and have decided that is what I will use. All of the articles that I have read generally talk about insulating walls that already have sheetrock. My local inspector wants to inspect the insulation before it is rocked. Since I want to hang the rock and then remove the rock for the BI I thought of a form. I am thinking about using a piece of OSB as a form that will be temporarily screwed to the wall cavity to blow the insulation in and then move it to the next location. I think that I would be able to get a greater density through this method compared to using a membrane that is stapled to the wall. Has anyone been through this or have any suggestions?
Managing moisture is key, but choosing the appropriate product and creating a suitable surface are also crucial factors in establishing a long-lasting, comfortable basement floor.
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