Forum Title: Insulating Plaster And Clapboard House
I'm working on a 1930's bungalow in the Midwest. It has interior plaster and wood lath walls in good shape. The exterior is old bevel siding with tar paper behind it. In the areas where I tore out the plaster (mostly kitchen), the tar paper was in bad shape at the lower walls. I'd like to try to insulate the walls if possible. I'd also like to avoid residing or tearing out all the plaster. I've seen many old houses insulated by drilling small holes across the siding and blowing in. I assume this is my only option. It would make sense to open long channels at the top of interior walls and go in that way, in my situation. Any opinions or experience, good or bad, using this method? Cellulose I assume? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
Category: General Contractor Post By: DOLORES WONG (Miami, FL), 02/02/2018

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