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 The volume of an attic 2017-09-07 From paul:trying to determine volume of an attic base is rectangular 29 ft by 37 ft peak runs parallel to longest base side and is 7 ft long roof lines run from each end of the peak to the respective corners the peak is 3.5 ft above the base (so seen from above there are 5 visible lines: the peak and 1 line to each of the 4 corners)Answered by Harley. The volume of an attic 2013-09-18 From David:I have small equipment hut that has a small attic space that I want to blow insulation into it. The attic size is shaped like a triangle that is about 8 feet by 10 feet by 7 inches at the highest point. I need to estimate the volume in square feet or cubic feet to know how many bags of insulation to blow into the space. ThanksAnswered by Penny Nom.

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