This product was a snap to put on, I put it all up in less than a couple of hours.
As you can see the picture above I took the picture at 11:30 am. The sun is still beating down on my windows. I decided that I was was to seal those windows up, since the first 4 hours of sunlight was coming through. I was going to just use great stuff and seal all the cracks, but changed my mind, there were way to many cracks and holes. I tried several times to close the windows from the inside, but they kept popping back out, so I bought foam boards and enclosed the entire window sets. Over all, the house last night was warmer than it has been since I have been here. It got down to 47 last night, and I kept the inside temp at 68 degrees with two space heaters.
My father told me if I did this project like this, then I would have little light in this space. But honestly, I would rather have little light than a huge electric bill, trying to keep it warm in the winter and cool in the summer.
Great Stuff in a can is the greatest thing ever. I cut the foam boards down to size, I used Great Stuff foam around the edges to make an air tight seal. I also used Great Stuff around my doors, to fill in those gaps. (I still have to trim it)
Next step is to start insulating the walls.