This past weekend it only took us 2 naps (!) to complete our attic's transformation from bird poop world to a fluffy white paradise. Ok, ok, paradise might be overdoing it, but I'm pretty happy with it.
Of course, the cosmos decided that this should be the weekend of amazing 60 degree temperatures. Any other January weekend I would have welcomed these temps with open arms, but just not the weekend we had to spend in the attic. Actually, I still welcomed it. We decided just to work the cooler morning naps only.
Marc's awesome LED hat. (For real, I can't recommend this hat enough. It's amazing for steady light while working in gross places.)
I would like a little kudos for my estimating on this first layer. All we had left was about 6' of a roll. Out of twenty 39' rolls, I'd say that is pretty good!
We needed R-38, but ended up with R-49 with a very similar price to what a double layer R-38 combination would have cost.
My estimating was a little off on this one, out of thirty-one 25' rolls we have 3 leftover. Whoopsa. Those need to go back to Lowes.
Here they are hanging out in the guest bedroom prior to going up the attic hatch. Speaking of attic hatch, that is one last little detail that is *gasp* unfinished. Good thing is, it is a one-man job and Marc is going to take it on.