I thought I would ask this question of all you wise and learned Inspectors:eek:
This house was built in the late 50’s. I called out the lack of insulation, as you can see in the pictures (sorry the one is sideways) there is no foundation insulation or any floor insulation.
The guy “flipping” the house agreed to adding foundation insulation. That would be good, but do you think it is better to add floor (Kraft face) insulation instead??
The excuse was that houses built then didn’t have floor insulation, which I suppose is true, but anyway would you have called out the lack of floor insulation anyway? They did agree to add a vapor barrier too though.
Thanks in advance for your answers!