Info & Advice requested about in between drywall insulation

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Jon.a.weessies
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Info & Advice requested about in between drywall insulation

Post by Jon.a.weessies » Thu Nov 29, 2018 8:53 pm

Hi Shannon, i am a little confused to some of the info above on this page
> and am not sure where to go or where to place my message topics and hope i
> selected the right area of this site but if not then i am sorry and gave it
> my best guess. anyway my name is Jon and i have a concern relating to
> drywall repairs. I found out that i have a few big circle holes in the
> drywall in my bedroom and noticed that it looks like someone reached there
> hands through the hole in the drywall and yanked a bunch of the wall
> insulation out as i see the drywall and the drywall on the other end from
> in between the walls and no insulation there and the other side of that
> wall goes to the outside. should i have any concern or what is the worst
> concern that i should have if the insulation on that part of the wall is
> fully taken out? I am not exactly sure what the name of that insulation is
> called but its that pink fluffy stuff that looks similar to pink fluffy
> cotton candy and then it looks like tan paper on the other side of it.
> anyway i assume the worst that will happen is it might make the wall feel
> colder in the Winter time and make my bedroom a little bit chilly but other
> than that probably nothing serious to worry about but just wanted to make
> sure.


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Re: Info & Advice requested about in between drywall insulation

Post by A. Spruce » Fri Nov 30, 2018 12:38 am

> anyway i assume the worst that will happen is it might make the wall feel
> colder in the Winter time and make my bedroom a little bit chilly but other
> than that probably nothing serious to worry about but just wanted to make
> sure.
That's about it, colder in that particular spot and in that room. Can you post pics? Use the "Attachments" tab under the response box to attach pictures.
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Re: Info & Advice requested about in between drywall insulation

Post by Shannon » Fri Nov 30, 2018 8:09 am

Yup you will have a cold draft room for sure. I would remove the drywall and redo the insulation and air/vapour barrier.
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