If a kitchen extension is constructed from *one* wall construction
(not two-wall with insulation), is it usually advisable to knock down
such an extension in preference of a two-wall construction extension.
Are there problems associated with a kitchen extension constructed of
single wall construction?
firstname.lastname@example.org (SuzySue) wrote in message
no, no need at all.
Yes, lack of insulation. Fit some. Or youll be real cold and have
Structures that re more than one storey high while only 4" thick are
somewhat weak. I dont this applies to you, but if it does, keep a
regular eye out for anything like cracks, bulging, or loss of
pointing, and keep it in good repair at all times.
There are quite a few old 2 storey houses that are all built only 4"
thick, and while they are nowhere near todays standards, they normally
stay up and work fine once theyre insulated.
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