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04-29-09, 10:52 AM   #1  
masonry house

I have an old masonry house with no insulation in the walls. The walls get very cold in the winter, is there a specific insulation that will help. I was thinking of building another wall inside it of 2x2 and using rigid insulation

 
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04-29-09, 04:33 PM   #2  
Hi 06, it helps to know where you are. Here is a link to read.
BSD-106: Understanding Vapor Barriers —
Do you know how your walls are currently constructed?

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04-30-09, 12:42 PM   #3  
They are a tile block. 5x12 and 7.5 in deep. Very hard tile. Can barely drill holes in this stuff. I live in the midwest, so cold in winter and hot in summer.

 
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