The stud wall I intend to cover with a smooth faced 1/2" plywood. This allows me to mount cabinets or shelves or clamp racks where ever I please. I don't really want to fully frame out the remaining walls. I'd like to maintain as much floor space as I can. My intention is to fur out the walls with 2x4's on the flat and then covering with my choice of plywood, paneling, or drywall. What I'm not sure about is how to handle the existing insulation. Should I: 1. Leave it, and place the furring strip 2x4's over it? or 2. Cut it wherever there will be a furring stri, then re-staple or tape it to the furring strip? or 3. Rip it down toss it out, and re-insulate using 1.5" foam board between my furring strips.
The remaining walls and ceiling need to be finished to minimize dust migration, provide smooth wall mounting surfaces etc, and I'm undecided on how to go about this. Any suggestions?
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