The netting is stretched over the wall framing, and a special pneumatic stapler drives staples every 1/4 inch or so, up down and around every cavity.
Then a small hole will be cut for the hose that pumps the loose-fill cellulose insulation into the cavity until a minimum pressure is reached (3.5 lbs/cu.ft.).
It is both exciting and nerve-wracking to see the studs covered.
Exciting because the white netting starts to give the impression of the finished room.
Nerve-wracking because we hope we have everything that needs to be in the walls already in the walls...it is about to become much, much more difficult to add anything.
|It is actually kind of beautiful/spooky having the netting stretched continuously across windows.|