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Posted By: SteamyTeaIf the air temperature is still too high inside the house you can try white paint on the roof.
Posted By: GotanewlifeNevertheless, Pugliese to answer your questions: no DPC; stone very, very soft, hygroscopic, dusty, rendered externally and painted with breathable masonry paint; top and bottom floors each have several
Posted By: PuglieseHi Gotanewlife - I am not as technically competent as most on this forum and tend to just try to apply some common sense to problems such as these.
Posted By: Sprocketwe don't have anything like your outside temperatures so we've never needed to shade the windows. If we get enough solar gain through the 3G (rarely happens I think) then the MVHR goes to bypass
Posted By: GotanewlifeJust wondering if there might be MVHR that works in reverse when required - it wouldn't help the heat but it might allow ventilation....
blockquote> I do so much hope you can get a response from your tuffo man.....
Posted By: PuglieseCurrently thinking along the lines of having the MVHR inlet underground as highlighted by Davidfreeborough above.
Posted By: Pugliesei am very interested in how MVHR can be adapted/used to help overheating and humidity
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