Roof Insulation

With the roof cleaned up and the wiring completed, the next step was to insulate it. Jerud and Andrew were kind to me and handled that job because the mineral wool really irritated my skin when I insulated the bedroom walls with Andrew.

 
A nice looking roof to insulate.
 

They were a super team together and got the job done within a few hours. Jerud stayed on the roof to measure the roof sections and place them in the correct spots after Andrew cut pieces of mineral wool and handed it up to him. In order for the insulation pieces to imitate the curvature of the roof, the insulation was tapered out from the middle to the outside in a stair-step fashion. We used the 1.5 inch thick mineral wool on the outer edges and two layers of the 2 inch thick insulation in the middle. 

Andrew cutting the insulation.
Jerud placing the cut insulation in the roof.
Teamwork between Jerud and Andrew.
Mineral wool insulation layered on the roof.

The roof was the last place that needed insulation. When that was competed, we were able to return the remaining bags of 2 inch thick mineral wool. This means money back to us and empty space in the storage unit!

 
Returning unused mineral wool insulation.