We live in Calif. and recently purchased a small block house built in 1948. We are renovating it to use as a guest house.
Recently the weather turned cold and we used a propane heater to warm the interior so we could work. The inside walls on the west side of the house got very wet with condensation.
The interior walls have already been completed and all the trim is done on the doors and windows so we can't fir out the walls and insulate them (which we wish we had done).
Is there anything we can do to stop the condensation? We thought perhaps if we keep the house warm - the walls will get warm and it won't be a problem. But...that's only speculation.
Any ideas? Thanks!! Dan and Kathy