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« on: October 02, 2013 07:47:48 PM »

I've been searching around the internet for a particular project that I thought would be more common but apparently is not (or I don't know how to find it).

I just closed on my first house last Friday (yay!), and I want to make a modification to one of the windows. This window is in our dining room and currently looks at the side of the neighbor's house. If we can turn the carport into a garage, this window will be staring into the garage. Either way, it's totally unnecessary. It currently has two towels nailed up just so nobody can look inside.

Anyway, I want to remove the window and fill the space with drywall to make a little nook where we would keep salt and pepper, knick-knacks, etc. But what do we have to worry about for this project? Can we just put a layer of insulation between two sheets of drywall?
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