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Old 04-12-2010, 03:56 PM  
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Default Dry-lining a rendered stone wall house without a dpc

Hi all

I have just started posting here. I am living in a very old rendered stone house with no damp-course. I intend to gut each room, dry-line, and put in a concrete floor. Having spoken to a few people I have come up with a preliminary design for doing this which is below.

Yfrog - 12102010dryliningstonew

The above is far from complete and I would appreciate any constructive comments.

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