Easy, blow loose insulation over the top of them; use blown fiberglass or blown cellulose.
If we were operating under the 2012 International Residential Code rather than the 2012 International Building Code, we could just blow loose insulation on top of the ceiling gypsum board until we get to Climate Zone 6.
CUTLINE: (1) Michael Plasski, a home energy auditor for MassSAVE, finds loose insulation
in the half basement of the Clapp family's Paxton home where he was conducting an energy audit.
Pieces of loose insulation
floated through the air while fans scrambled for cover and the players escaped to the safety of their locker rooms.
Huge drywall slabs pummeled me and loose insulation
swirled all around my dazed head and into my coffee cup.
Tests revealed that the shuttle had been doomed since liftoff, when a piece of loose insulation
punctured a hole in its left wing (163: 308; 164: 21).
Reclaimed plastics may be made into noodles for special applications or loose insulation
materials may be produced.
The best way to clean them is with blasts of compressed air to blow away dust, dirt and any loose insulation
that may have fallen into the soffit area (see photo below).
Although the board concluded that loose insulation
foam caused the demise of the Columbia shuttle and its seven-member crew last February, the panel also pointed a finger at what it regarded as NASA'S culture of complacency.