Foam Insulation Baffles Replacement
Insulation baffles, which are inexpensive and easy to install, are very cost-effective. These can be attached by sliding them in between the insulation and roof deck. Once they are secured, they must be stapled at the sides. It is important to take care when installing insulation. Insulation baffles are also known by the names attic vents wind baffles and rafter exhausts. They funnel air up and away from the attic. They are usually made of rigid foamboard, plywood, or card. These are used to draw in fresh and prevent excess moisture buildup.
Rafter baffles for insulation: Rafter baffles are a great option to keep your insulation in its place. They create a gap between rafters to prevent air from getting out. They are available at a variety sizes and can be adjusted to fit various rafter widths. They can also be used for double coverage at the eaves.
Baffles work by preventing the flow or fluids of gases, liquids and air. Attic Air claims the baffles help to maintain proper airflow, and they prevent insulation from getting in the way of vents. They can be made out of PVC, rigid waterproof foam, cardboard or plastic. They are installed on the attic ceilings between the rafters, at the places where the attic roof meets your attic flooring.