Bathroom Fitting Question

How to fix wet walls in a bathroom?

My bathroom is an extension that we've been told was built when they didn't put cavity in the walls so the walls get extremely wet in the winter when its cold, so much so its completely ruined the paintwork. We are getting a new bathroom & whilst we do this want to try and fix the problem. How do we go about doing this? Do we need a new layer or wall putting in? I'm really don't know where to start?

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

3 Answers

Best Answer

Hi there, I would advice to get professional who specialise in cavity walls insulation. You can find installers in your area if you read this article:
Hope that helps. Tom @ Tomson Building Services

Answered 24th Nov 2012

Tomson Building Services Ltd

Member since 14 Nov 2012

ideally yes you could build a new wall and thus creating the cavity.

Recently i was doing a roof for a builder and they had a similar problem, the council housing inspector told them to bitumen paint the walls and then fit insulation backed plasterboard.

Answered 30th Nov 2012

A Wakefield

Member since 3 Feb 2011

if you have the space out side , you can insulate on the out side then render the insulation, to create a warm wall effect, also install under floor heating to the walls and tile over this as well .

Answered 2nd Dec 2012

Reading Bathrooms and Kitchens

Member since 17 Dec 2008

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