Feb 17, 2018 12:31 am
I have air vents on plasterboard walls in my weatherboard house, built 50 years ago. I am looking to close them to stop air leaks. I live in Ballarat so it can get really cold in winters.
Will I have any repercussions if I close them out? The walls are not insulated. And I have read that by closing the vents can lead to the growth of mould etc
Re: Closing out Air Vents3
Mar 31, 2018 11:50 am
When you change one thing, another is also changed.
This has nothing to do with a building code but more to do with health.
Ask yourself why the wall vents were put in there in the first place
Yo may want to read up at architecturalnotes.com.au
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