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My husband is adding onto my chicken coop and the new part has a metal roof...I was out there looking at it the other day and it had a lot of condensation on the inside of the roof. He just has the rafters then strips of wood with the metal roofing attached to it. It is not an option to ask him to pull up the roof and redo it, so I am going to have to insulate it somehow. Can I use that rigid foam insulation and just cut it to fit between the rafters? If so, how would I install it? My goal would be to prevent the condensation, keep the heat down in summer and keep the cold out in winter. Any suggestions you have would be appreciated.
Todd Miller
Isaiah Industries, Inc.
I would suggest spraying from the inside with polyicynene insulation.
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