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Published on Jul 29, 2010
Blow-in insulation is especially useful in unfinished attics or attics with hard-to-reach areas. To begin, keep the hose parallel to the floor. Begin at the far wall and work toward the center. Move the hose from the right to left creating an even layer of installation. Avoid tight bends or kinks in the blowing hose to prevent compacting. Repair with duck tape if there are any holes in the piping which can affect the air pressure. With a slope ceiling start at the bottom of the slope to build a firm installation base. Once finished, check to make sure there is a continuous layer over the whole area. Get expert advice from Johns Manville insulation professionals on how to install blown-in insulation. For more insulation videos, visit http://www.Lowes.com/Videos