We're renovating an extremely old house that we use as a camp that had numerous issues. ( Originally built circa WW2, but has had some work done since then. We use it occasionally in the warmer months but are looking to make more use of it on a year-round basis. )
The previous setup was fiberglass bat insulation and 12"x12" ceiling tiles surface mounted to furring strips. We removed the old ceilings and insulation due to roof leaks and rodent damage.
The furring strips are still up, and I'm considering placing a new 12" tiled ceiling to keep the original aesthetic. This would be stapled to the existing furring strips. However, I had also considered using blown-in fiberglass insulation to insulate the camp evenly and appropriately.
Assuming the ceiling tiles are appropriately fastened, can I blow insulation ( at approximately R30 ) directly onto them ?
Are there unforeseen issues with this ?