A storm blew a chunk of roofing off and let rain pour in.
Roof had been repaired now, and I removed insulation under the affected area to remove all damp insulation (cellulose layred over batting) to allow things to dry out.
Structural wood looks fine, and moisture meter is saying wood is in acceptable range now, so I want to reinsulate asap since weather had turned freezing st nights.
Although the drywall ceiling underneath LOOKS fine, I tested it and most of the ceiling is registering 20% with some areas as high as 70%.
The drywall is backed by a 3mm poly moisture barrier, and I think that's trapped the moisture in. Behind that, the drywall is attached to strapping boards which also are reading as too moist.
Affected ceiling area (registering high moisture) is about half of total ceiling (room is 17'× 12')
I cannot get any fuckign drywall to call me back, and even insurance company can't get anyone to take the job because in rural and live in an area without much services
Please give me some good news or truly useful advice.
This is a disaster for me