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Old 2017-05-07, 10:55 AM
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Originally Posted by SeanD View Post
I guess my other alternative is to just place plywood across it and screw it down. This would "seal" it. I was thinking I don't need to do all of it, just enough to reduce the amount of air flow.
Pics help a lot. Didnt realize you could do this from the inside. This must be a bungalow?

Closing it in out to the front soffit (material changes direction there) is a good plan.
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