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Hi guys! I had posted a similar question before here a while back, and now I am curious about something else. You folks pointed out that R-30 was the right type to use in my crawlspace, and those come in batts at the local Home Depot for about $30 for a 10 pack. But, they have these rolss of insulation that are encased in plastic for $4.97 for a (I think) 25 foot roll, and they have a R-value of 25. Obviously, it would be cheaper to go with the rolls, but will the reduced R-value make a big difference? And, since these rolls specifically say that they are made to be laid over existing insulation in the attic, do you think they would be ok to use in the crawlspace? Thanks in advance, I appreciate all you guys' good (and bad!!) advice.

Mike in NJ
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