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Old 04-24-2009, 09:08 PM   #1
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what R -value insulation is exceptable Baltimore, M.D.


what R -value insulation is exceptable Baltimore, M.D.
For Walls, ceiling, & 2 bedrooms in attic?.
By code or recommended?

The house is a very old one
& I will use thee cheapest type of insulation I can find.
What would you recommend.
thank you.


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what R -value insulation is exceptable Baltimore, M.D.


Walls, ceiling, attic?
By code or recommended?

New construction, old?
Type of insulation you want to use?

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