Renovating an old 1930's brick building. Need to find a way to make the building more environmentally friendly.
Adding insulation on the outside of the brick walls is not an option, as it is an old 1930's building which should be kept aesthetically how it is. I have thought about re-placing the roof. Budget is of course an issue, but any suggestions would be appreciated! Does anyone have any suggestions? Would love to hear them.
Posted Mon, 02/22/2010 - 07:49
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