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Cob: RE: Insulating in cold climatesChuck & Linda clearned at bminet.com
Tue Jun 20 06:22:04 PDT 2000
Julie, Fleeces are nice, I would sure like to sit on one versus putting them in my walls. Is there a reason you don't want to build with strawbales and cob all around them? I live in Wisconsin and I try to talk anyone out of just a cob home. Chuck -----Original Message----- From: owner-coblist at deatech.com [mailto:owner-coblist at deatech.com] On Behalf Of Julie Newhook Sent: Sunday, June 18, 2000 3:10 PM To: Coblist Subject: Cob: Insulating in cold climates Hi. I live in Canada too. What's everyone's feelings about insulating with sheep fleece? (presuming you can aquire it at a decent price). How would one go about incorporating sheep fleece insulation into a cobhouse design? Would you need to go as far as an inner and outer wall? Julie
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