I would like to insulate the interior of my cathedral ceiling. I'm loosing too much heat. Does any one know of a product like a foam panel finished on one side, the other side of which could be mounted between the exposed beams and directly on the ceiling with adhesive?
I DON'T KNOW WHAT CLIMATE YOU LIVE IN. I LIVE IN SOUTH DAKOTA. IN OUR STATE IT IS RECCOMMENDED THAT AN R-VALUE OF AT LEAST 40 IS NEEDED FOR THE CEILING. YOU'RE TALKING ABOUT INSTALLING A PRODUCT THAT IS INSULATED ON 1 SIDE AND FINSHED ON THE OTHER. MOST "FOAM PRODUCTS ONLY HAVE AN R-BVALUE OF ABOUT 5 PER INCH. YOU ARE DREAMING IF YOU THINK YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERANCE BY INSULATING THE CATHEDRAL CEILING IN THE WAY YOU ARE DESCRIBING.
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