garage insulation

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Old 07-14-03, 10:39 AM
stooge
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garage insulation

I cut a strip in my garage walls to run some additional outlets (wouldn't you know, there's only one to cover a full 2-car garage). In doing so, I discovered that some of the interior wall sections and exterior wall sections are not insulated at all (go figure...only 12 years old, guess builder forgot). About 30-40% not insulated.

My dilemna is, should I insulate. I know how to do drywall, but am really not too keen on ripping everything down right now. I thought about blowing some insulation in where needed, but I'm not familiar with the blown in type. What are the costs involved, can I rent from a big box store or specialty store, is this easy to do, any insight? TIA.
 
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Old 07-17-03, 10:04 AM
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never mind

I've deciced to answer my own question and just stick to what I know...Rip down old SR, throw in some batts, run my wire and put up the new SR.
 
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