With intermediate blockingHow are we doing so far? I don't know about you, but I'm fine.
Seriously, has anyone tried this? Did the drilling catch on the lathe or vibrate the lathe so much as to cause much damage to the finished wall ( beyond the drilled holes, I mean)? The house is empty and the HO wants to avoid punching holes in the siding if the extra money won't break the bank.
What makes you think it's not effective? Seems like it makes a big difference in both air infiltration and heat loss to me.because it is not really effective,
I would recommend selling a window job and sheetrock...then you can do it right.
What makes you think it's not effective? Seems like it makes a big difference in both air infiltration and heat loss to me.
Without FLIR (infrared photography) to assess the actual deposit of the insulation during the blow you can end up with lots of gaps. That's the only problem with effectiveness I know about.
:thumbsup:....... but in the real world, wall insulation added from a drill and fill would probably not return the savings to pay for the damage that has to repaired....I bet most of the real savings would happen by simply caulking all seems and sealing the walls.