arcticcatmatt wrote:To my surprise, the entire thing has maybe 14 inches of shredded insulation on the floor.
matt, 14" of insulation is great. The general rule is that your attic should be within a few degrees of the outside temp, provided that you have enough air getting through it (gable vents, vented eaves, ridge vents). You don't want your attic warm. It will start to get condensation and it will leak.
arcticcatmatt wrote:It was probably 45 degrees up there! It was 74 degrees downstairs, and 65 in my basement. Seems like this stuff is doing its job well.
45* seems to warm. Mine is cooler at maybe 30* or lower, but I've never checked it with a thermometer. Heat rises, so you will always lose some to the attic.
arcticcatmatt wrote:I didn't know where to walk so I didn't.
Walk on the trusses. Just think of a truss as a tringle. You may not see the bottom, but you know it's there.
Hope this helped.