01:20PM | 04/04/13
Member Since: 04/04/13
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Hi. I'm kind of new to doing insulation on my own. I own a home that is over 100 years old and is made of brick. As far as I can tell there is only 1 layer of brick, a space and then the interior studs making up the walls.

I have been planning on adding insulation myself and until the other day I had planned on adding fiberglass rolls in between the studs.

What would anyone else suggest I do for insulation in southern PA (where we have all four seasons, but no extreme temp changes.)

Thanks for your suggestions


07:52AM | 04/05/13
Member Since: 04/04/13
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While I guess retrofoam is an option. I'm looking for something I can do myself. And honestly, I'm going to be openning the walls up anyway due to other renovations.


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