Originally Posted by Bondo
Ayuh,... Are you saying that an outside wall of your house is Nothing but a sheet of Osb,..??
It is a 2 story Colonial that looks like a one floor addition had been added on one side.
So the roof of that "addition" connects to the second floor of the "main" house. There is access to the attic of the "addition" thru the 2nd floor.
There is no insulation between the wall of the main house and the attic wall of the addition because originally, there was to be another bedroom on the other side of the wall. That wall is of course studded. One side has wall board, the other side has OSB, part of which is in attic, part of which is outside covered with foamboard, then siding.
Again, this is a modular. The bedroom that was removed from the orginal plan would have been two more pieces of modular so the OSB got slapped on the whole side of the house without anyone remembering that it would now be an outside wall. The roof being pulled up after the house was set.
Make more sense?
So I want to insulate the wall inside the attic that backs to a bedroom.
Space = at highest point is 5 feet going down roof line to point <12 feet.
OSB is attached to framing of house.