First let’s look at a couple of established facts; air carrying water vapor always goes from higher areas of pressure to lower or from more to less, in other words hot humid air always tries to force its way to cooler dryer air.
We have heard for years that a home can be built to tight and that a home has to breathe. Well a home does not have to breathe; you do and there are ways that are much safer than leaky walls.
By David Braddy LEED GA This is a question I am asked on a regular basis, but it is a question that is not as easy to answer as it sounds. Do you want cellulose or fiberglass, batt or blown? What is the difference between the two? In this area it seems that fiberglass is […]