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03-31-01, 01:51 PM   #1  
I live on a hill and the houses main level is a daylight basement. The walls to the rear and side of the house have no insulation between the concrete outer wall and the sheetrock inner walls. Needless to say heating this house is a chore and expensive. What is my best option for correcting this problem?

 
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04-01-01, 04:58 AM   #2  
If you have a framed inner wall that the sheetrock is attached to, you could have cellulose blown into it from the inside. Contact an insulation contractor who blows cellulose for an opinion and an estimate.

 
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