I’m finding the situation shown in the pic more often and I’m just curious whether the same problem exists elsewhere.
Around here the builders stuff Fiberglas batts into the eave spaces that are not baffled. Then they blow in the loose Fiberglas insulation.
The problem is that when we get a strong wind, the batts can blow out of the eave space and the loose insulation gets blown back too.
You can see in the pic that the batt has blown out of the eave space and the loose insulation has blown back to the extent that there is no insulation at all over a portion of the drywall (which is the ceiling of the bedroom below of course).
Is there a better way of doing this? I always write it up but if things are just put back the same way, it’s just going to happen again.
I know it’s not my job to solve the problem…just curious.