Thursday, August 28, 2014

Insulating the cabin

Today they started insulating the log cabin with open cell spray foam. It goes on like magic--a small stream expands to fill the void. First they fill the cracks around the wires and pipes as they go through the walls and floors and seal the cracks around the windows and doors.
Then they spray under the roof several inches of fireproof foam.
This is what the finished product looks like in the loft.
Tomorrow they will finish the ceilings then turn to the upstairs walls and the sound proofing under the floor so that when 32 grandchildren are playing games upstairs, it won't sound like a drum downstairs!!

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