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Sandra LaFla…, Real Estate Pro in Sarasota, FL

I read insulation wet-spray is best for new construction, but what about renovation?

Asked by Sandra LaFlamme, Sarasota, FL Sat Sep 15, 2012

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If you are removing drywall then you should be able to do wet-spray insulation without much difficulty, but if you're not then you might want to go with a different option. You don't want to cause any damage to your walls if you're not replacing them. Renovation should be as quick as possible, and you don't want to back up the progress.
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0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Apr 13, 2015
It's good, but it costs more. With new homes you have access to walls with no dry wall, are you removing drywall? If so you can use it easily.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sat Sep 15, 2012
We're removing drywall -- so good news, thanks Tim.
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