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What's the best insulation for my uninsulated 1930s era wood frame clapboard house?

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Feb 16, 2012 01:01 AM
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My house is in Concord, MA, which normally has long cold winters. I have wide board clapboard siding that I'd like to keep. Some inside rooms are really cold. My heating system is hot water radiator gas heat. Can I have some insulation blown in from outside (or inside) and if so, what product is environmentally safe and healthful for people in the house?




 

 

My house is in Concord, MA, which normally has long cold winters. I have wide board clapboard siding that I'd like to keep. Some inside rooms are really cold. My heating system is hot water radiator gas heat. Can I have some insulation blown in from outside (or inside) and if so, what product is environmentally safe and healthful for people in the house?

I would use dense packed blown in cellulose insulation. Least amount of damage to existing walls.

  • They can drill small holes either in the plaster or the siding and fill the...



 

 

 
 
 

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