Foaming of the roof:

Attic half that was previously finished:

 

The unfinished side of the attic:

 

Stairway landing going up to the attic:

 

Here is a view from the ground floor kitchen up into the lower roof:

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Comment by Kenneth Benson on March 12, 2012 at 5:15am

have some questions

what brand did you use and was it open or closed cell

will the space be occupied or otherwise used

how will you finish the interior and will you use any type of ventilation

 

Comment by Bill Hendrickson on March 12, 2012 at 5:22pm

Kenneth,

what brand did you use and was it open or closed cell: Icynene Open

will the space be occupied or otherwise used. Yes and no. We foamed the entire roof. The area you see above was above the kitchen and the ceiling will be finished. The other was the attic and they are now sheetrocked over and willl be used a spare bedrooms later.

how will you finish the interior and will you use any type of ventilation. Ventilation will be only windows in the rooms/attic.

Comment by Bill Hendrickson on March 17, 2012 at 9:33pm

The attic is almost finished as far as the replastering and drywall is concerned.

This is the attic half that was originally finished and is now fully repaired. Just a bit of touchup needs to be done:

This is the other half of the attic. We were going to leave it just insulated, but code required us to install the drywall, so we did. Also added knee walls:

 

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