Once the agreement has been certified and signed, both parties have 14 days to appeal if either side believes the agreement was reached illegally. An owner must write two months about work on a party wall or border or a one-month notice period for excavations. Massive brick walls: In garages, they are usually only a single brick about 100mm thick and they often have intermediate pillars that support the walls and give them extra strength. A single brick wall does not provide sufficient weather resistance compared to a living room and an additional wall must be provided behind the original wall. This can be done either by building an additional masonry skin to form a cavity wall, the cavity can be insulated, as the wall is built, and the wall can then be showered or coated. Alternatively, a self-contained half-timbered wall with a cavity can be built between the new frame and the existing wall. The frame must be constructed of treated wood and insulated between the wooden bolts. Once the frame is in place, an insulated plaster box can be applied for decoration. Occasionally, garages are built with massive brick walls 225mm thick.
If they are in good condition and have a wet proof course, they generally offer sufficient weather resistance, but they must be covered with an insulating plate to improve their insulation. Cavity Walls: If your garage is built from hollow walls, it is unlikely that weather resistance and moisture protection will be a problem. These walls usually have wet evidence tracks and provided your wall is in good condition and shows no signs of water or ascending moisture, the wall will simply require insulation and a plaster finish ready for your decoration. There are two ways to insulate the wall: either the cavity can be injected with insulation from the cavity wall, or an insulated forage plate can be attached to the inside of the wall before smoking or grinding. Different maps are available and your building controller will gladly advise you on the maps that are suitable for your project.