I made isolate my attics lost by cellulose wadding in sept.2013. In June 2014, following torrential rains with hail, a clogging occurred and one of my rooms was flooded by the roof. The water has therefore crossed the wadding. Is she changing?
The principle of insulation of any fibrous insulation is based on the air emrpisonné between these fibers. If the air is replaced by water... insulation isolates nothing. The hope of complete drying is very illusory. In addition, the disadvantage of cellulose wadding is that it is hydrophilic and rots when the fiber itself is wet. In addition, as it is likely that the damage is covered by the insurance, it seems prudent to include in the disaster the replacement of insulation.
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