cavity wall

  1. a wall formed of two thicknesses of masonry with a space between them
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How To Use cavity wall In A Sentence

  • The growing Cavity Wall Tie Service provides a comprehensive system of inspection and replacement of corroded wall ties.
  • If your home has cavity walls (two separate skins of brick), filling the gap with insulating foam halves the energy loss.
  • The first, and highest-temperature, period is characterized by the crystallization of phlogopite and limonite on cavity walls.
  • The perimeter cavity walls of the building, face brick outside, plastered blockwork inside, exhibit slight but widespread cracking at many locations.
  • The fire is believed to have happened when the plumber was soldering a water pipe and insulation in the cavity wall caught fire.
  • New figures on cavity wall insulation do not bode well. Times, Sunday Times
  • Problems range from garages which are too small for their cars, to cracked ceilings, inadequate loft ventilation and unsealed cavity walls.
  • These buildings are often distinguished by a ‘cavity wall’ lining the pit and often have joisted floors.
  • I already have loft insulation, cavity wall insulation and double glazing. The Sun
  • Check your loft and cavity wall insulation and make sure all your pipes are properly lagged. The Sun
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