Is it a good idea to run a heating cable around the perimeter of the facade between the insulation and the facing brick? Does anyone have this experience?

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The masonry workers here advised laying a self-regulating heating cable in the gap between the insulation and the facing bricks. That if necessary could be dried masonry.

Has anyone done so? Cable is not cheap, I have doubts.



I've never heard of such a thing. It's kind of a fantastic idea.


 The idea is delusional, but I did not notice a big contradiction. Problems may arise in the lining, and so the heating of the street in winter time.

And when it burns out, how will you change it?

  • They say these cables don't burn out.
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