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foggyday
Posted 11/12/2012 19:16 (#2693574 - in reply to #2693561)
Subject: RE: Insulating an old house


Man, I don't really wanna tear walls out. I guess I just want insulation, not re-do or remodel.

House was built in '39. Inside walls are drywall (sheetrock). They are nice walls. I think was remodeled in 1980 before our time. I don't know about 2x4 or 2x6, how can I tell? The windows are mostly Anderson and Vinyl Pro. They seem ok but again how do I know for sure? I have to check the attic to see how much insulation is in there. Our house is a Cape Cod if that helps.

Do they put insulation in from the outside?

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