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#1 posted 03-06-2019 07:54 PM

Just a thought, blown in is the way to go in your situation – HOWEVER…..
You are most likely gaining / losing more heat from the garage doors. If insulated that’s a plus but air infiltration top bottom, edges and between the folding panels is a big issue. Also , you do not say what is above the ceiling. If living space that is good but if it is a roof you need to insulate there as you will gain a lot of heat in the summer and lose more heat in the winter from the ceiling than the exterior walls.

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