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Best practice recommendations for this vaulted ceiling?
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Hello energy pros,Some relatives of mine recently purchased this 1917 house in Northern California and, as the family member who does "that energy stuff" in Southern California (I'm on the program…Continue

Tags: sheathing, skip, rigid, foam, barrier

Started this discussion. Last reply by Griffin Hagle on Monday.

Which is the valid draft test?
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Tags: spillage, pitot, tube, draft, analysis

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Griffin Hagle replied to Griffin Hagle's discussion Best practice recommendations for this vaulted ceiling?
"Yes, that makes perfect sense now. Thanks!"
Monday
Griffin Hagle replied to Griffin Hagle's discussion Best practice recommendations for this vaulted ceiling?
"Ken, I couldn't agree more; bungalows, Craftsmen, and American Foursquares are some of my favorite homes to work on (I'm a little jealous as I couldn't dream of finding a house like this in San Diego at the price they…"
Friday
Charles Bennett replied to Griffin Hagle's discussion Best practice recommendations for this vaulted ceiling?
"Griffin,   It looks like tar paper above the skip sheeting, so when you tear off the old roof you'll have nothing over top of the skip sheeting.  If indeed you want to have the existing rafters/skip sheeting now be the…"
Friday
Griffin Hagle replied to Griffin Hagle's discussion Best practice recommendations for this vaulted ceiling?
"Bud, I just talked to her, and the roof is about 15-20 years old now. So that's good news. I'm now heavily leaning towards recommending they replace the roof considering what's at stake. Like you said, it would be a shame to miss the…"
Friday
Griffin Hagle replied to Griffin Hagle's discussion Best practice recommendations for this vaulted ceiling?
"Hi Charles. Yes, I think I'm going to recommend they tear off the old roof and talk with the engineer and architect about building up/out. They have so much to gain (more headroom and thermal bridge elimination, as you pointed out, as well as…"
Friday
Griffin Hagle replied to Griffin Hagle's discussion Best practice recommendations for this vaulted ceiling?
"Jaime, Thanks for your reply. That certainly seems to be the simplest, quickest, and maybe R-value solution, and one they did ask me about. However, I'm hesitant about spraying foam on skip sheathing for a couple reasons: it seems like…"
Friday
Charles Bennett replied to Griffin Hagle's discussion Best practice recommendations for this vaulted ceiling?
"  That's some nice looking existiing wood, and not a lot of headroom;  maybe they should consider tearing off the old roof, adding some stained plywood or other, then re-rafter above the old roof with 2 x ?.  You could then dense…"
Friday
Jaime D. Gomez replied to Griffin Hagle's discussion Best practice recommendations for this vaulted ceiling?
"I'm not sure what I'm missing, perhaps it's that I work exclusively in the multifamily sector, but couldn't you just apply a two-part high density foam insulation and be done with it? The high R-value of the spray foam will more…"
Apr 10
ken Neuhauser replied to Griffin Hagle's discussion Best practice recommendations for this vaulted ceiling?
"Griffin, That's a gorgeous attic! To my eye, the bungalow is a beautify style that can accommodate high performance discretely.  The only aspect of this building that looks less solid (visually) and a little inconsistent is the roof…"
Apr 10
Bud Poll replied to Griffin Hagle's discussion Best practice recommendations for this vaulted ceiling?
"I can't really tell from the picture, but it would be a shame to go through all of this with a 30 year old roof up there.  Especially with the benefits that go along with changing it now. As the old saying goes, you work from the…"
Apr 9
Griffin Hagle replied to Griffin Hagle's discussion Best practice recommendations for this vaulted ceiling?
"Hi Bud, Yep, there's a little bit (or a lot) of everything going on with this one. I can't really offer the kind of hands-on involvement I would want to feel comfortable with significant responsibility for the outcome (they're an…"
Apr 9
Bud Poll replied to Griffin Hagle's discussion Best practice recommendations for this vaulted ceiling?
"Hi Griffin, You definitely have a project there and as most undertakings like this go, it will cost twice whatever you estimate.  Understanding that you may have already covered these bases I will still list some thoughts for you. Being almost…"
Apr 9
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Best practice recommendations for this vaulted ceiling?

Hello energy pros,Some relatives of mine recently purchased this 1917 house in Northern California and, as the family member who does "that energy stuff" in Southern California (I'm on the program side), my involvement was solicited.I can't think of a better candidate for a home performance case study. It's got plenty of charm,…See More
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Best practice recommendations for this vaulted ceiling?

Hello energy pros,Some relatives of mine recently purchased this 1917 house in Northern California and, as the family member who does "that energy stuff" in Southern California (I'm on the program side), my involvement was solicited.I can't think of a better candidate for a home performance case study. It's got plenty of charm,…See More
Apr 8
Griffin Hagle replied to Mike Rogers's discussion Where do you fall in the "staged" versus "gotta be all at once" discussion?
"This is good to know and be able to speak intelligently to for certain homeowners, thank you. I've run into a fair amount of people for whom it really does come down to $$$ (more so in SoCal than when I was in Oregon, but that's a…"
Apr 5
Griffin Hagle replied to Mike Rogers's discussion Where do you fall in the "staged" versus "gotta be all at once" discussion?
"Really good points, Matthew. One thing I still wonder about in your second scenario, though: when envelope tightening measures cause a mechanical system with lots of usable life to becomes egregiously oversized. Is there realistically a point where…"
Apr 4

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