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Author Topic: External meter boxes - insulation / thermal leak  (Read 544 times)
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« on: April 15, 2012, 03:13:24 PM »


Having invested in a Black & Decker thermal leak detector TLD100 [25 + del, ebay] I've noticed that I have a cold bridge from the external wall mounted electric & gas meter boxes.

Therefore, is it possible to insulate the doors on both with something non conductive [polystrene/spaceboard???], forming better air tightness, and thus reducing the cold bridge??

Does this make any sense?

Appreciate any feedback

Thanks & Regards
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