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we have a 1958 panabode in the northwest. its a refrigerator all year long. we are willing to loose the looking at the ceiling and add insulation and sheetrock as it is so dark , we are wondering about the type and the air space that is needed.it is cathedral throughout. I know we could do a outside steel and foam but would like to do the inside for the light.

Answer:

you should talk with a local roofer

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Posted By rp mercer
3/4/2011
or you could have the home energy sealed interior and exterior, i would maybe paint or use a antique or white wash stain......
Posted By David Black
5/10/2011
We have a 1960 panaobode in central Ontario and we added a 2 x 6 roof (stand up) on top of exisiting roof and filled with 4 inch foam insulation adding r 20 to exsiting roof. Heating bill reduced by almost 50%.