Martin, thanks for the input.
What are you meaning by a 'mechanical cover', an air barrier such as
enclosing the perlins with plywood?
This place gets hotter than hell and cold, too.
What is Blue foam other than a color?
I would TRY to air-condition this bldg. if I could get it foamed.
> Think of this -
> I owned an A frame in Northern Ca. for 17 years. The roof was 2x10's and
> above that was 4" of Blue foam - in 4' x 4' x 4". Then the roof was > lapped
> (edge) and likely special glue - flexing and sealing.
> The Blue foam is insulation quality and is very good. Consider a > mechanical
> cover in place of a foam based one.
> Martin H. Eastburn
> @ home at Lions' Lair with our computer lionslair at consolidated dot net
> TSRA, Life; NRA LOH & Endowment Member, Golden Eagle, Patriot"s Medal.
> NRA Second Amendment Task Force Charter Founder
> IHMSA and NRA Metallic Silhouette maker & member.
> buffalo wrote:
>> Thanks for your reply. Also, I was beginning to believe that no one
>> that replied actually believed in 'doing it yourself'. If I ascribed to
>> letting someone else 'do it', except for brain surgery,
>> I would never have done or learned anything.
>> A company that I worked for years ago had a shipping dept. with a very
>> simple foam gun/tanks and believe me when I say that it could not have
>> been very complex or difficult for those guys to have lined the insides
>> of boxes with foam and dropped electronic equipment in.
>> Now much did your neighbor pay for that kit and where did he get it? >>