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I actually put the insulation in myself. I need boards over it to cover it also?
I was referring to the floor joists. Without insulation there, the heat from the room underneath is escaping into the attic. Wasted heat = wasted money. There is much more room for insulation between the ceiling joists than there is in between the roofing joists. You and I live in a pretty mild area considering winter weather. Still, attic insulation recommendations for northern states is 14 to 18 inches / R-49.
I've had three large insulation projects completed by professionals at our church. Every professional (lots of bids) mentioned that attics should not be used as a storage area and there should not be any unnecessary wood present. So, no you shouldn't place wood planks on top of the floor joists nor should there be any wood attached to the bottom of the roof joists.
The wood present in my picture was only present for crawling on. After I insulated I removed those planks.
Done a ton of research today, but still not finding all the answers I'm looking for. Maybe someone can help? I have a S200C2vn with the 90. Absolutely LOVE this light and is one of my all time favorites. I have a Warrior X Pro, but with only a medium and high, I never use it. I could get it modded with the 90 and new driver though, but now it's a $250 light. Now I'm looking at the Manker U22 lll with the 90 and it's only $115 stock and Vinh is loving the new Mankers. Seems its the same reflector and performance (minus runtime and heat management) as the Manker 37 with 90, which is incredibly impressive IMO. My question is, how does the build quality and reliability rate between the three lights? Anybody know or have thoughts on these? Anybody have experience with this Manker or Warrior Xvn90?
:thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup: We can do it other places too if you'd like. Just say the word hehe.