Cavity wall insulation to extension to Victorian house

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Cavity wall insulation to extension to Victorian house

Post by Iolanthe » Fri Feb 22, 2013 12:24 pm

The main part of my Victorian terraced house in Stratford upon Avon has solid walls but there is also a small, ground floor, flat roofed extension (built around 1965) which has cavity walls. I understand as this only comprises a part of the house, it would not qualify for free/reduced price insulation. It measures approximately 220cm high x 463cm long and includes a double glazed door to the outside.
Comments, information and a rough idea of the price I might have to pay for the insulation would be most welcome!?
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Re: Cavity wall insulation to extension to Victorian house

Post by moderator2 » Fri Feb 22, 2013 2:30 pm

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