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Is there a feasible way to spray foam, fiberglass or cellulose insulation into the drywalled ceiling of my 1970's garage?

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Mar 23, 2013 01:08 AM
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The closed garage averages 100 degrees for six months of the year in this hot, dry Sonoran desert clime. The attic has already been foiled and given extra insulation; the bedroom windows have exterior shades. These west facing bedrooms with ceiling fans are still uncomfortably hot in the summer and I think the heat rising from the garage may be the reason.




 

 

The closed garage averages 100 degrees for six months of the year in this hot, dry Sonoran desert clime. The attic has already been foiled and given extra insulation; the bedroom windows have exterior shades. These west facing bedrooms with ceiling fans are still uncomfortably hot in the summer and I think the heat rising from the garage may be the reason.

Well you do have two options:

  1. they can drill holes in the drywall and dense pack the area with cellulose or
  2. they can drop the drywall and spray the floor with...

 

 

 
 
 

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