Insulating a clapboard house
We have gutted a ca. 1910 house in Atlanta, GA, and we are ready to insulate before hanging drywall. Since we're down to the studs, I want to take the opportunity now to do this right. What bothers me is that when I'm in the house, I feel like I'm in a barn. The pine siding is nailed right to the studs, and even though there aren't many cracks, the air easily blows through all the separations in the wood.
Do I just hang the pink stuff between the studs? Should I use some sort of liner over that siding first? Should I consider sprayed-on insulation? My fear with the sprayed stuff is that it will seep through the siding to the outside.
Any advice would be appreciated.