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    Re: Insulation into 2 foot drop ceiling in garage

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    Quote Originally Posted by Domon View Post
    The register will be re-routed to be added to the room above to bring it to a total of 3 registers in the above room. I will heat the garage only when working inside with a space heater.



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    That is a great plan.

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    Re: Insulation into 2 foot drop ceiling in garage

    It's 2 pound closed cell spray foam and it was all done in half a day not sure if they took time to let it cure and then spray more. It is 3.5 to 4 inches thick.

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    Re: Insulation into 2 foot drop ceiling in garage

    Tldr:
    Why are you putting poly? Iirc the closed cell spray foam does not require the poly before the drywall.
    And I paid about the same to do my garage (double garage, $4500 incl. re-drywall ceiling)
    Room is 2 degrees cooler than master as well, but it is almost 3 degrees warmer than it was.
    Also, that foam prevents any air from getting into the house, so I wouldn't mess with it to add a vent.
    Look into a vent booster.
    Also, to answer question, I don't how much the blown insulation would help.

    I also added extra batts in the attic above the room, and but those rubber fin things around the garage door. Insulated garage door will help also.

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