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Old 01-03-2008, 05:49 PM   #1
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Insulation in remodeled kitchen


I am remodeling my kitchen which is only 8'wide 10' deep and 10' tall. 3 of the walls and the ceiling/roof are exterior. I demo'd down to the studs(there used to be plaster) and found no insulation between the interior plaster and the exterior plaster/stucko. What kind of insulation would you recommend i install on the walls and ceiling?

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For a diyer, I would go with batt insulation with a vapor barrier/kraft paper to the inside.

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