Given that we live in a solid-wall 1930s house and work from home, we brought in a company to help us dry-line part of our home office - an upstairs bedroom. We lost ten inches of space, but gained immensely in heat retention (winter) and heat dispersal (summer). We also attended to loft insulation in the roof above.
I live and work in a 1930s solid wall house. No cavity walls. It's cold (great in summer) and some walls can seem damp (never good).
My interest in renewable energy stems from being an environmentalist and working with companies trying to make positive progress for people and planet.
My company is called Ideal Word Ltd. Just the two of us. We help organisations communicate their messages to target audiences. Clearly, this is desperately needed for the Green Deal.
1. Everybody talks about cavity wall insulation, but don't despair if you live in a solid wall house. Dry-lining can be a good solution.
2. GREEN DEAL: you won't sell it if you don't communicate it. If you're going to communicate it, do it properly. Get your key messages straight.