Vapour Barrier and Insulation

Not going to lie, putting in insulation in January was pretty miserable with no heat. We outsourced the spray foam since we don’t own the equipment as well as the vapour barrier. The 2 guys that came and did the vapour were in and out within a day. They were very efficient.

Cost Breakdown

Vapour Barrier & Installation – $1500

Blown Insulation for Attic – $4418

Attic Hatches – $170

Garage wall Insulation – $771

Spray Foam -& Installation $2486

= $9345

Great room: Brent, his dad and brother demonstrating safety. Applying drywall so they can spray the girder trusses.
I was able to price match the insulation for the vaulted ceiling/garage at Home Depot. This brought the cost from $80 a bag to $48.
Master bedroom : After the vapour barrier. was installed.
Master bathroom
Kitchen and pantry from living room.
Living room: Our beautiful Valcourt fireplace. Next step is to frame the fireplace.
Front Entry: Brent framing the front hall closet with steel studs. I guess it is easier to use steel studs because of the pitch of the vaulted ceiling. We debated about leaving this area open (not framing above) but I did not want to dust on top of the closet.