Doing a tear off on my roof my friend noticed I have no vapor barrier between my attic floor and the ceiling below. The blown in insulation,probably original from the 60's,is sitting right on top of the drywall ceiling with no vapor barrier.
I guess I would have to remove the very thin layer (about 6-8") of insulation in my attic,and I would want to replace with a much higher R value faced insulation.
What is the easiest way to get this old stuff out? My attic is only about 4' tall at the roof peak,and it goes down from there towards the soffits. I'm talking about 1200 sq. ft. of attic space here. Digging it out by hand and putting it into garbage bags seems like a nightmare of a job,especially laying on my belly the whole time.