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Old 02-26-12, 11:09 PM   #12
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If you air seal and use cellulose and use a LOT of it this doesn't happen. In an R 40 wall of cellulose there is so much hygroscopic mass that it matters not at all. You obviously need to properly deal with moisture created inside by exhaust fans or HRV's or whatever.
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You know you're an ecorenovator if anything worth insulating is worth superinsulating.
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