It is during meals (be it breakfast, lunch or dinner) that our family gets the chance to talk and tell stories with each other. Sometimes we just talk about non-sense things, current events and other random stuff. But today, just few hours ago, we talked about beautifying the ceiling in our kitchen area.
Me: Can we put an insulator (the aluminum thingy) first before the plywood so that heat won't penetrate much?
Mom: Yes why not. Maybe we can use eggcrate foam for that, just like what's in the City Hall.
Me: Isn't that for soundproofing??? I've seen samples of soundproof foam from here (pointing at the pictures) and that's how they look like. The site says they're use for absorbing sounds.
Mom: Really? I thought it's for containing the low temperature inside halls.
Before, I thought of the same thing---that eggcrate foams are there for the temperature and not the sound. But after a little research, I learned that it's not. haha. Perhaps it could serve both? Whatever. My mom learned something from me today. :p