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22 mar 2016 our house we just bought has a room that was built on an existing deck. it has insulation in ceiling and walls. the floor is just the old deck with stained plywood on top. no insulation. it is basically a deck converted to sun porch converted to 3 season room. no hvac to this room. the outside clear

2 dec 2016 if a concrete porch is butted against a basement wall a paved driveway or some other obstruction the insulation should switch to the inside around these . the building paper should start at or just above the grade line and extend down to the basement floor and under the bottom plate of the frame wall.

to reduce heat loss you may want to insulate floors over unheated basements or other unheated or open spaces such as garages and porches. for sound absorption helpinsulation exposed. these products must be installed in substantial contact with an approved construction material to help prevent the spread of fire.

we just had a 3 season room built in place of our deck. our contractor originally said he'd add some lattice work between the bottom of the house and the ground but later said there was not enough space to work it in. i looked under there today to see if i could come up with an idea for closing the gap to

20 apr 2017 i have had my warmup floor for over a year now and i want to tell you how happy my family and i are with your product. it was fairly easy to install and was a great finishing touch on an addition that started out as a screened in porch and became a four season escape room. it is a 12x20 room filled with

10 dec 2004 its a cheap way to get your floor even warmer.'for your application it may be better to use an aluminum soffit under the styro to keep out critters. mine will be new construction on an addition but it is basically the same thing. because of the cold climate i want to insulate the floor to about an r35 with blown in

8 mar 2012 properly air-sealed floors exposed on the underside to outdoor temperatures will have better energy performance. if you're building an energy star house these principles are mandatory elements of the thermal bypass checklist. 4. it's always a good idea to install a continuous layer of rigid foam on the

2measure the distance between the slab and the ceiling; you must leave approximately 7 feet 6 inches of clearance between the ceiling and the surface of the finished floor to comply with building codes. the subfloor will take up about 2 inches and any floor covering will also reduce your clearance

when chilly days are ahead that means rising heating bills are back and finding new ways to keep out the cold for your budget are back in. covering your windows with plastic and using draft stoppers at windows and doors are one way to help keep the heat inside. hanging thicker curtains and putting down floor rugs are

cathedral ceilings must provide space between the roof deck and home's ceiling for adequate insulation and ventilation. this can be achieved through the use of truss joists scissor truss framing or sufficiently large rafters. for example cathedral ceilings built with 2x12 rafters have space for standard 10-inch batts (r-30)

hello. i have seen this question answered many ways while searching online so i thought i would pose it here. i know there is another thread on this topic but it seemed worth posting again. when insulating an enclosed porch that is not climate controlled should the layering be: pink foam board affixed to

homeadvisor's sunroom construction cost guide lists prices associated with building a patio enclosure or screen room including labor and materials as reported by homeadvisor customers. i recently had 4 quotes to enclose an existing screened in porch with a good roof and concrete floor to a 4 season room.

do-it-yourself video on how to insulate the exposed floor over an unheated area using roxul comfortbatt r28 canada) or r30 (usa) and roxul comfortboard is (ileo chalifour mentioned using tyvek building wrap after insulating because it breathes and helps keep rodents out of your insulation.

not sure where exactly to insulate? probably in more place than you think. in addition to walls and attics insulation should be installed in ceilings with unheated spaces basement walls floors above vented cseven trustl spaces cathedral ceilings floors over unheated garages or porches knee walls and in between interior

8 jan 2012 if i were in your situation i would forget the floor and make those walls surrounding the porch/room solid and insulated thus adding the entire building envelope. then opening/removing that window to create an overall internal balance between that room to the rest of the house. as a bonus it might then be

porches are typically built without insulation so of course you will need to open up the walls and roof completely and insulate them well-- more on that later. and don't forget the floor! if you don't insulate the floor too the room will never feel warm in winter. and because porches are designed to drain water that gets in

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