Re: [hreg] free insulation
- Hi Russell,That's amazing. I might be interested, where are you?
On Fri, Aug 12, 2011 at 7:11 PM, Russell Warren <russellrwarren@...> wrote:This is somewhat off topic, but I wanted to see if anyone was interested in some free fiberglass insulation.My builder did a terrible job with the insulation in my house. They didn't air seal anything, in some cases left wide open gaps all the way from the attic to the slab, and generally put way too little insulation.Last fall I took up about 1000 sq ft of my white blown in fiberglass (using a shop vac), bagged it up, and left it in my garage. I then completely covered gaps and air sealed everything. I decided to use blown in cellulose and really like the results after seeing the winter and summer seasons.I was going to add the old insulation to other parts of my attic, but have decided that this fall I am going to pull up the rest and air seal everything, which is another 1500 sq ft. To keep it uniform and easy, I will probably use cellulose again.So long story short, I have about 20+ large garbage bags of mostly white blown in fiberglass, plus some yellow fiberglass batts that are looking for a good home. I would rather not throw them away to a landfill. I also will have another 30 bags later this year most likely. If anyone is interested in this to add to their attic, please contact me to discuss.Russell
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