"Agree that its hard to help without more information. Pictures? IR images? Do IR images show air bypass or insulation voids? or both?
If its T&G with exposed beam rafters it would suggest the T&G is the roof sheathing as well as the finish…"
"The residential stuff is thicker than normal foil but not as rugged as sheet metal. It could certainly be damaged if scraped or dented in transport. I've never seen the commercial grade stuff with 4 mil surface. "Embossed" might be…"
"Taped seams would be pretty obvious. I have seen vinyl 'T' strips used at seams which look decent.
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"That would probably go into the category of "ask your local code official". I think the same rule applies to walls and ceiling, which is equivalent thermal barrier to 1/2" drywall. We see it used here on foundation walls and ceilings…"
"You could infill between purlins against metal roof with cheaper foil faced poly-iso in addition to the white finish Thermax insdie of that to get better R-value if needed. Could be a better air sealing effort of you did this as canned foam can be…"
"I'd work on the inside. 2.5" Thermax white finish polyiso can be left exposed and looks decent (better than bottom of metal roof), provides proper thermal/fire barrier (at least here it does), can be air sealed at seams and seams covered…"
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