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I have a A-Frame cabin with no insulation on the roof. It has a new roof so I wanted to insulate from the inside over the tongue and grove ceiling. Any unique ideas other than insulating and adding another layer of tongue and grove. I was hoping keep as much of the beams showing as possible.


The only way to do it properly would be to build a sandwich roof over the existing on outside. It needs to be properly vented to avoid moisture from forming inside the roof and stopping ice build up outside, if applicable.

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