Condensation prob's what type of dry lining?

Postby pthebs » Sat May 03, 2008 10:31 am

I have a 1930's house with 11" thick solid breeze block walls and 9 foot ceilings. In the winter condensation becomes a nightmare, and leaving the windows constantly open turns the house into a draughty fridge.
What is the best type of dry lining I can fit for this application?
If I use the thermal board type what thickness is most economical?
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Postby kbrownie » Sat May 17, 2008 3:42 am

Hi pthebs,
I can see you posted this a couple of weeks back, so you may have already sorted problem out.
As you have had no response to this post. I guess it may be because it's an odd question. I don't think dry-lining would sort your condinsation problems out, I'd be thinking of putting some air bricks in through the walls before I dry-lined, creating a bit of ventilation
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