1 Weeks...3 Weeks (TomAto...TomOto) ;-)
For those of you still with us, I offer my apologies on being slow to post updates. We have been working very hard to get the winery ready for its electrical inspection, and then we can finish spray foaming and have the sheet-rockers do their thing. It feels like we are getting close, but we are going to have to really work hard to open by Labor Day. OFFICIALLY we have advertised we will open "Fall of 2012", so technically I guess I have until December 19 to finish haha.
Since there isn't any electrical that will go behind the baffle wall, I asked them to spray foam the portion of the wall where the baffle wall will be built while they were spraying the rafters. They didn't go wide enough, but I am sure they can get into the extra foot on each side that they missed after the wall is built. This is open cell cell polyurethane spray foam. All of my research says that 6 inches of open cell spray foam is not a sufficient vapor barrier for the rafters, but the installer says that it is. I don't know if the technology changed, or if he is just full of crap, but I guess this is the wrong forum for those questions lol. Most of the spray foam in the rafters is closer to 8 inches thick.
In any case, I hope to be building the baffle wall a week from tomorrow so that I can demo the 4pis and the F20s during our "Construction Open House" on July 4. I still have that last F20 to build. The wood is cut, I just have to put it together...probably on Sunday.