I've got an end terraced house, and I get a bit of damp in really bad rain.
The water seems to get down the cavity of the wall and cause damp down the 'end edge' of the house (end terraced edge).
I tried getting some wall injection insulated last year, but the British Gas engineer said I couldn't get it done because it was a stone wall, and not a brick wall - and the cavity may have rubble - and if they put insulation in, it will cause air pockets and make the damp occur.
I got a new roof about 6 months ago, so I know the water isn't getting in through there, but the end of the house could do with new pointing (had a quote for... a LOT of ££ so can't afford that without a loan.)
Does anyone know what I can do, or if I can get any type of damp proofing or insulation in the cavity??