01:57PM | 07/14/06
Member Since: 07/13/06
1 lifetime posts
I am going to us blown in insulation and I was thinking about around the main air conditioner duct that runs the length of the house.

I would insulate between the studs and then lay down some plywood build a fence around the main duct of 13 inches and blow in the insulation to cover the duct. I feel that this would keep the air cold with not lost from my small two ton unit.

However, would this cause condensation thus causing mold and mildew?

David H


08:10AM | 08/30/06
Member Since: 03/08/06
192 lifetime posts
I was going to suggest covering them with fiberglass board before insulating with Cellulose, but I am still not sure if that is the best way to do it.

I would read up at the North American Insulation Manuf. Ass.



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