diagram of Insulating Cathedral Ceilings
Illustration: Ian Worpole
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Insulating Cathedral Ceilings

When Tom insulates a cathedral ceiling or a finished attic, he also turns to foam. Sprayed against the underside of the roof deck, it seals against air movement, eliminating the need for a vapor barrier or ventilation. But its open-cell structure still allows moisture to escape.
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