Is there anything to consider when insulating the walls of the garage? The sources that I've seen seem to treat it like any other room of the house, and I suppose it is really, but I'm considering potential pitfalls like gas lines, shared walls with the interior of the house, insect infestation and the like.
Just because the wall you're insulating is shared by the interior of the house, doesn't mean you need to treat it differently right? Does the paper that hangs the insulation need to face the interior wall or does it not really matter at all? Not all insulation has that paper, so it shouldn't matter.
Does it need to be kept away from gas lines and high energy sources like 40 A circuits? What about where it butts up against the fireplace? Nothing I've read suggests that precautions need to be taken, but before going out and buying the stuff I figure I'd better ask.