Ok, sorry to all the woman out there but I'm really going to sound a bit pathetic here!
I don't know what to do about my bathroom. I have a victorian terrace and the bathroom is in what used to be the coal shed. It's a tiny, but very cold room. I believe it's only single brick and therefore, so I've been told, cavity wall insulation is not an option. The problem is it's cold and damp patches form on the walls and on the pipes. As I said above, its a tiny room, so building an extra layer of wall (if that's possible?!) isn't an option. I have an extractor fan, but it doesn't seem to help.
I think these are my options:-
- replace the radiator with a much bigger one. Will this help?
- Use some type of internal insulation? Is this possible? Does it work? Is it expensive?
- knock the room down and start again... Am I looking at thousands to rebuild a room no bigger than about 7ft x 7ft?
Please help me someone!