01:40PM | 05/09/06
Member Since: 05/08/06
1 lifetime posts
I had a wall space insulated with spray-on cellulose insulation after the electrician put several electrical circuits in the wall cavity. The electrical wiring failed, ignited the cellulose and we had a small wall fire. Now, the electrician blames the insulation installer. The insulation installer blames the electrician. I have read on the net that blown-in cellulose insulation can cause electrical wiring to corrode. Has anyone found an explanation for this claim? What do contractors recommend I do to prevent it from happening again?


02:57PM | 05/09/06
Member Since: 04/25/05
1916 lifetime posts
What does the fire department say?

And your insurance co?

What kind of wiring was used?

What does it look like now? IE, exactly where did the fire start?


06:37AM | 09/03/06
Member Since: 08/11/06
10 lifetime posts
Hire a lawyer to sue both contractors. Then those two will have to settle on each one's percent of responsibility!


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