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While drilling a hole into my bedroom wall to hang a framed portrait, I accidentally drilled a little too far and pulled out some insulation. Not a lot, about a dime sized amount. It's interior drywall and now the hole is plugged with an anchor & screw.

I assume this isn't something to worry about but I'd appreciate any input on if this is something I need to be concerned with in terms of heating / energy efficiency. Thanks,
 

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It’s nothing to worry about. It’s amazing how that pink fiberglass wraps around the drill bit!

If you live in a place where there is a plastic vapour barrier between the drywall and insulation, the hole that you punched in it is more of a problem, but even that isn’t a big deal.

Chris
 
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