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Old 12-16-2012, 11:05 PM   #1
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This stuff is heavier than I thought


Putting it on the floor will be easy after carrying it up to the second floor
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Thanks for reminding me what I get to do next week. I'll have around 350sq ft to carry up 1.5 flights, how much is that?

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Old 12-17-2012, 10:29 AM   #3
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700 sq feet. A couple bundles over a pickup full.
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Hope you have strong floor joists.
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This stuff is heavier than I thought


Especially since it's only sitting on top of one or two of them.
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No cracks in the ceiling downstairs yet
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Just my opinion but I would spread it out as much as you can especially if you letting it acclimate plus spread the weight around.
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Just my opinion but I would spread it out as much as you can especially if you letting it acclimate plus spread the weight around.
I will after I get the rest of the area cleaned up.

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