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Limitation and concealed unfitness.

Re: Limitation and concealed unfitness.

Postby Hairyloon » Thu Dec 21, 2017 12:13 am

diy wrote:I think Atticus may have been thinking more along the lines of an extractor fan (also mandatory items in bathrooms, in order to comply with building control).

I think it wasn't when the house was built. Might be a good idea though: I will suggest it.

Is this a chalet style house or some sort of bunga-build with the roof forming part of the internal living space?

No, just a house.

By all means do what you think will work within the budget/time, but a bathroom makes it more complex as they tend to be hot, wet and cold in a short space of time which is a recipe for moisture on the internal surfaces.

You might be better off putting it back as it was. poorly insulated does normally = better ventilated and 50mm badly fitting is still better than any house build pre-1980s

Too late now... ;)
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