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hi,
decorating the upstairs of my victorian terrace i have removed lining paper from walls, and as expected some plaster has detached from the lathe along with the paper. less expected was the cold air that now rushes through these gaps. the offending walls are those around the flat roof extension at rear of house. how do you think the cold air is getting into this cavity? it is flowing into the house both from the external wall and the gap in the interior stud wall.

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