race_to_the_bottom: That is a very nasty job with all that fiberglass flying around.
tran muscle: What a pain in the ass! I gutted one room at a time, insulated and put up dry wall in my 1924 house.
BG5850: how do you price this?
WWZenaDo: ...So you're unaware that cellulose blown-in insulation is far cheaper, and is also much safer with a higher fire-retardant rating?
Alan Johnson: Huge help -- thanks!
Michael Powell: $1 sq ft. is what you can get when you hire illegals. Yay...
Jack H: Thank you for uploading the video. It is very helpful. I'm considering doing the same thing for my wall facing highway. After sealing, can you still see the holes on your wall?
gtilapias: thanks a lot!
gtilapias: thanks a lot!!
gtilapias: I like the video very much. I have a question: Is it dangerous putting this kind of insulation around the electrical outlets? Is it safe? Thanks a lot very much in advanced. Great video.
ipitomi: very useful video. Is your house tyvek wrapped on the outside?
TheWooddoger: thank you
onecrazywheel: God bless you guys! This was a terrific video. You guys did great. I learned more on this subject here than other videos on YouTube. Thanks again.
Adam Lancaster: Thanks, it was good to see the process. I like how informative you were.
Brandon Peart: I was wondering if the rooms already had insulation that was not efficient or was there no insulation at all?
Ubaldo 23: Awesome video Ben! Very useful.
Cole Russell: cuff links that's a shame what happened to your house. they should have laid poly down on the floor or found a window that was near the room. a fiberglass batt between the hose and window helps keep from damaging the window. this is the best way to insulate a house. though I can certainly tell you that.
Janel B: Thanks for the video. I found this enlightening on how to blow in insulation in walls. I am thinking of using sheep wool insulation. Apparently, loose fill sheep wool insulation has similar insulation properties but doesn't settle - and also doesn't require wearing masks since you would not be inhaling toxic substances.
Chris Stratton: Super helpful. Thanks!
Pau: This video is very helpful. It's great that you bought materials from the Habitat for Humanity-Restore. Love that place!
Blown In Insulation Installed Into Existing Walls.5
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