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This article is the second in a series looking at thermal upgrades to single-leaf walls of existing houses. It compares a range of ways of upgrading masonry single-leaf walls, particularly the ubiquitous hollow block wall, and the impact of those decisions on moisture content, wind- and airtightness, cost and heating. Future articles will look at various drylining approaches for a range of walls including brick walls of various widths.
Little, J. (2009) Breaking the Mould 2 : An analysis of single-leaf insulation upgrades, Construct Ireland magazine, Issue 7 Volume 4.
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Construct Ireland magazine Issue 7 Volume 4