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Postby Yashin » Mon Nov 17, 2008 7:01 pm

Hello all, we have a nornal three sided three bed semi and were thinking of cavity wall insulation. How ever the front of the house is plastic cladded so one complete wall would not be done.

Is there therefor any mileage in doing the other two walls, would it keep the house any warmer?

As an analagy it speaks to me of closing the back and side doors but leaving the front one open.

As I work for a living I can not get it done free on a grant so would welcome experiences from other people in the same boat.

Many thanks
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