Insulating walls of old house
My house was built circa 1750 and was told years ago i could not insulate the walls because there was not enough space for moisture ? Is this still true? MY siding is wood and interior is slat wall. I did find some horsehair in some interior walls. Any advice would be appreciated. I still have original old windows also. I do have insulation laid in attic floor..for whatever that is doing. any ideas?
Re: Insulating walls of old house
Insulate it. The blown in ground up newspaper will be easiest and most cost effective. You can even DIY by renting a machine from Home Depot or other rental center.