How can I cover up holes in the wall after removing old thermostats?
Prior to buying our house, the home was heated by wall units in each room. Those were all removed and the house converted to central heat and air. Now these ugly thermostats are in each room that are unhooked and do nothing. I would like to remove them, but not sure how to cover up the holes in the wall. I don't want to have to hang new dry wall in each room, but would seriously like to cover up the holes behind. Without a plan in mind, I am going to leave them there, but they are dated and yucky looking! LOL. Any ideas?
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