I'm in a dilemna. I was under the impression that the blown-in insulation job I was expecting done at my clients was to be foam, and the contractors told me they needed all construction completed before they came in to do their job. Well, they are cellulose insulators. They don't do roofs. This ceiling requires foam for code and I already have it plastered. My client has been calling around for a foam insulator and they are saying to her that they do it with the rafter channels open. Well, I sure as heck don't want to have to reopen them and then have the plasterers back. The rafter channels are about seven feet in length and they are all open at the bottom so I'm hoping that some foam contractor can do it via this way.
Contractor Talk - Professional Construction and Remodeling Forum
A forum community dedicated to professional construction and remodeling contractors. Come join the discussion about the industry, trades, safety, projects, finishing, tools, machinery, styles, scales, reviews, accessories, classifieds, and more!