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Roof Insulated to Follow Pitch with 6″ R-19, Walls with 6″ R-19
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Note: Because truss spacing is 4′ wide, only 1 blankets per space is required. White plastic washers are added for an additional finish on the walls.
Roof Insulated to Underside of Scissor Truss with 8″ R-25, Walls with 6″ R-19
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Note: Owner pulled tabs over the roof trusses and wall posts to cover the interior completely. Washers with nail were used to give the walls a finished look.
Roof Insulated to Underside of Scissor Truss, Walls with Partial Finish
Sizzor-truss-roof-(3) Sizzor-truss-roof-(1)
Note: Ceiling insulated to the bottom of the scissor truss, secured with banding.  Two blankets cut to fit between posts in the walls.
Roof Insulated to Follow Roof Pitch with 6″ R-19
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Note: Two 4′ blankets were installed and seamed together in between each truss to fit the 8′ wide spacing.  Because there were two blankets per truss space, the banding had to be installed per section.  Heavy duty facing was installed on the walls.
Roof Insulated to Bottom of Trusses with 8″ R-25, Walls with 6″ R-19
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Note: Banding was used at the bottom of trusses and plastic washers were used on the walls to give them an added finished look.
Roof Insulated to Bottom of Trusses with 8″ R-25 Featured
 GabbertOutbuilding-09  GabbertOutbuilding-16
 GabbertOutbuilding-20  GabbertOutbuilding-22
Note:  The insulation blankets roll out over the banding with ease because there are no obstacles.  Tabs were tucked in, leaving the bottom of the trusses exposed.
Roof Insulated at Time of Construction, Walls Retro Fit After Construction
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Note: This building had roof insulation installed at the time of construction but no wall insulation.  The building was under insulated, therefor, the walls and floor were wet due to condensation.  After adding insulation to the walls, the condensation in the walls and floor cleared within a few hours.
Roof Insulated to Top of Trusses with 8″ R-25 Featured
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 Ashleigh-olds-(40)  Ashleigh-olds-(37)
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Note: A plus side to this method is the ease of installation of the banding.  Installing the banding from the top screwing down makes the installation process go much faster and with much more ease.   An obstacle with this job was that there was truss bracing crossed  over the chord in some areas where the insulation was to lay.  The insulation had to be cut in those areas adding complexity to the job.
Roof Insulated to Bottom of Trusses, Walls Prepped for Covering
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 Pole-Blg-(4)  Pole-Blg-(8)
Note: After the ceiling was insulated, the walls were insulated between the posts.  Wooden nailers were applied the to walls to prep them for a wall finish.