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Bill Spikowski replied to David Butler's discussion How would you insulate this roof?
"In an earlier response, I noted that we COULD haul drinking water and use the water we collect off…"
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Bill Spikowski replied to David Butler's discussion How would you insulate this roof?
"As to the elevations on the cupola – the existing windows up there might survive adding…"
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Bill Spikowski replied to David Butler's discussion How would you insulate this roof?
"The purlins are 1 3/4" thick. I believe the top chord of the trusses are 10" deep (but…"
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Bill Spikowski replied to David Butler's discussion How would you insulate this roof?
"The cupola windows are the only place there would be a problem if 4" of foam were added above…"
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Bill Spikowski replied to David Butler's discussion How would you insulate this roof?
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