cavity wall

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cav·i·ty wall

one of the surfaces bounding a cavity.

cav·i·ty wall

(kavi-tē wawl)
A surface bounding a cavity.
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5 mm thickness was selected as the least possible thickness in cavity walls because the thickness of enamel in primary teeth is 1 mm.
The trust, based in the North-East, is now to launch its biggest cavity wall insulation campaign.
Not all homes have cavity walls but if yours was built between the 1920s and the 1980s it could be a likely candidate.
Installing cavity wall insulation is a highly skilled job and should only be done by an approved specialist.
LAST week the government announced measures to provide loft and cavity wall insulation to those most in need.
Cavity wall insulation typically costs from a few hundred to several hundred pounds, depending on the size of the property, but you may be able to get a grant to help with the cost.
Cavity walls are most common in homes built after the 1920s.
Cavity wall insulation is the most cost-effective measure after loft insulation.
Not all homes have cavity walls, but if yours was built between the 1920s and the 1980s it could be a likely candidate.
Your Homes Newcastle said there were concerns about the number of hamsters living in the cavity walls and the ducted central heating shared by the four flats in the block.
MILLIONS of tonnes of hot air are floating through the walls of Britain's homes due to a lack of cavity wall insulation, it is claimed today.
HOMEOWNERS in Rugby have just over two months left to take advantage of an offer for cavity wall insulation.