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type of insulation

Posted By: Ann Podolsky
Sunday, 6 September 1998, at 1:21 p.m.

hello, i have an older home, and am not sure which would be the best insulation, cellulose, or fiberglass blown in,the only spot i need it in is the kitchen, which has two walls to outside. i have lived here one yr, and the kitchen is always alot colder, so i figured i would start w/insulation in that area, my heating bill (oil) is actually not that high, but kitchen stays cold, which makes my living room which is next to it half cold, the other half of the living room is fine.....the radiator comes on but not as hot as it should be, i had it checked and they siad it was fine, and it is the last place in the house to get heat....... i got prices which were not bad, but i am not sure the best for me, i have been told that cellulose was fine...please help me, i have noone to ask actually....thanks in advance, and i am glad i found you......

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