I'm remodeling my older home which currently does not have any exterior insulation. I'm located in Philadelphia, PA so i'm pretty sure the climate means I need a vapor barrier on exterior walls so I have to choose faced vs unfaced+vapor barrier.
Also this second floor bedroom is on an overhang where most of the bedroom sits above the kitchen, and about 4 feet extends as an overhang. So no only is the exterior wall uninsulated, but 4 feet of the overhanging floor is uninsulated. My plan is to take down the kitchen ceiling with hopes that i can reach far enough into the overhand to insert batt insulation.
Does this mean that I need faced insulation for the exterior and the 4 feet of overhang, plus unfaced for the rest of the floor?