A bedroom in my house has been very cold and plagued by condensation and as the walls were very cold to the touch (being solid) I opted to dry line the room and have also installed an extra radiator.
I'm pretty sure that I should also ventillate the room better in some way but am a bit loath to start chopping air bricks into the walls (as my retired builder neighbour reccommends) because I think it might make the room cold again when I've only just got it warm.
How can I be sure to strike the right balance between controlling humidity and avoiding draughts?
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