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interest above the cieling joists

I recently redid an old kitchen.When I gutted the room and looked up through the ceiling joists I had an idea. The problem is i got so excited and my passion took over but i didnt go over change with customer .They love it but extra money is an issue.Your comments and criticism is appreciated just don't tell my wife what I did LOL
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Man, that does look good! How did you insulate and vent it?

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Also structurally? Whats keeping the top of the walls from pushing out and the roof down with the joists gone?

I cut it 3 times..... and it's still too short.

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Man, that does look good! How did you insulate and vent it?
I just looked to see if I had any during photos for You guys. The structure was inspected and past all aspects framing insulation ect. The roof was never tied to joists luckily the ceiling that I took down was a cosmetic add on.insulation and ventilation was achieved by sistering to get a deep enough cavity to get a good r factor and ventilation with the pink styrofoam vents which added to r
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Also structurally? Whats keeping the top of the walls from pushing out and the roof down with the joists gone?
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