Remodel in progress - Value adds?

Hi,
I'm in the middle of remodeling one of the bathrooms on the second floor and the subfloor had to be cut to re-route some plumbing. I see a hollow space about 8 inches deep between the first floor celing (kitchen) and the second floor baseboard. Is there anything I can do now to add value to the project before I close this hole (Add insulation, etc)?
thanks
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How about a heated kitchen floor? I always wanted one of those but don't have a hollow space. Pat
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Gonna be one of those days?
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nah! I just couldn't refuse
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snipped-for-privacy@my-deja.com (Sunday4) writes:

Just make sure all your plumbing is in good shape and there is no rot. If you are on an outside wall and there is a rim joist, you might add some R-19 to bring the perimeter insulation up to code. Now is also the time to add that ceiling fan or exhaust duct in the kitchen.
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