Wallrock Cosy Liner KV300
Wallrock Cosy Liner KV300 is part of the Wallrock Thermal Liner family and is made by Erfurt Mav. It offers a more economical package, while still providing many of the same benefits as Wallrock Thermal Liner.
A Great Solution for Problem Surfaces
At 1mm thick Wallrock Cosy Liner offers a more modest level of thermal and sound insulation. Firstly, it provides some of the energy saving properties of Wallrock Thermal Liner. It is also great for covering up problem surfaces. Secondly, it is ideal for cracked rendering, wood panelling, bare plasterboard or damaged and rough plaster at a fraction of the cost of Wallrock Thermal Liner. Thirdly, Wallrock Cosy Liner allows walls to breathe which minimises condensation.
Quick & Easy to Hang
In addition, Wallrock Cosy Liner is a Paste the Wall product so it is quick and easy to hang, even for beginners. For a completely flawless finish on your walls and ceilings, Go Wallpaper recommends using Wallrock Fibreliner, Wallrock Premium or Wallrock Fibreliner Plus over the top of Wallrock Cosy Liner Liner.
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Wallrock KV600 Thermal Liner – put simply, ‘The Big Brother of Wallrock Thermal Liner’ is an improved thermal lining paper that draws on all of the successes of Erfurt Mav’s Wallrock Thermal Liner, and provides even greater insulation benefits. Read on to learn more about this incredible insulation product and how you can save even more money on your heating bills this Winter.
As the ultimate, flexible, thermal lining paper, Wallrock KV600 Thermal Liner delivers enhanced insulation performance when compared to other types of insulating lining papers and ensures that your home is substantially warmer and cheaper to heat. Not only is KV600 an insulator, it also combats condensation and mould, covers cracks and some textured wallpapers, and it’s hypoallergenic too.
Benefits of Wallrock KV600 Thermal Liner
- Offers 25% More Insulation over Standard Thermal Liner
- Promotes a Healthy Environment by Allowing Walls to Breathe
- Wide 1 Metre Rolls meaning Less Joints/Seams
- 25% Thicker over the Standard Therma Liner at 4mm
- It can be painted or overhung with another paste-the-wall liner for perfect finish
- Dramatically Reduces Heat Loss Through Walls & Ceilings
- Significantly reduces warm up times, creating a cosier environment faster
- Reduces energy consumption and CO² emissions
- Combats condensation formation and subsequent mould problems
- Reduces noise transmission
- Tough damage resistant surface
- Covers and smoothes damaged or even lightly textured walls and ceilings.
- Provides a stable, tough surface for further decoration
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Wallrock R300 Liner is part of the Wallrock Thermal Liner family and is made by Erfurt Mav. It has been developed to offer you a more economical package, while still providing many of the same benefits as Wallrock Thermal Liner, though to a lesser degree.
At 1mm thick Wallrock R300 offers a more modest level of thermal and sound insulation and will provide some of the energy saving properties of Wallrock Thermal Liner. Wallrock R300’s main benefits are that it is ideal for covering up problem surfaces such as cracked rendering, wood panelling, bare plasterboard or damaged and rough plaster at a fraction of the cost of Wallrock Thermal Liner. And like all of Erfurt Mav’s Wallrock products, Wallrock R300 allows walls to breathe which minimises condensation.
In addition, Wallrock R300 is a Paste the Wall product so it is quick and easy to hang, even for beginners. For a completely flawless finish on your walls and ceilings, Go Wallpaper recommends using Wallrock Fibreliner, Wallrock Premium or Wallrock Fibreliner Plus over the top of Wallrock R300 Liner.
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When only the best insulating lining paper is good enough, choose Wallrock KV600 Thermal Liner. KV600 is 25% thicker than standard Wallrock Thermal Liner which means less heat escaping through your walls, and rooms that heat up even faster. When you combine these features together, you’ll find that your home is not only warmer, it’s a lot cheaper to heat as well. KV600 is 4mm thick and is pre-bonded to one of the toughest and most durable Non-Woven lining papers on the market – Wallrock Fibreliner. Like standard Thermal Liner, KV600 also offers great sound insulation, reduces condensation and resists damp and mould.
Wallrock Thermal Liner
Our pioneering Wallrock Thermal Liner provides a substantial amount of ceiling and interior wall insulation and reduces heat loss from walls by up to 36%. In addition, rooms heat up substantially quicker which saves you money on your energy bills and reduces your carbon footprint year after year. Wallrock Thermal Liner is 3.2 mm thick and is made from a technologically advanced thermal insulation material, bonded to a high quality, non-woven lining paper. It also offers great sound insulation. For an even better price deal, take a look at our discounted Wallrock Thermal Liner plus 5KG Thermal Liner Adhesive value pack.
Graphite Insulating Lining Paper
The New Graphite Insulating Lining Paper from Saarpor, is another excellent product to use to insulate your interior walls and ceilings and is equivalent to adding a 26cm layer of concrete to them! It’s made from 4mm thick polystyrene permeated with graphite crystals, which is bonded to a high quality non-woven lining paper. The graphite crystals reflect heat back into the room and prevent it escaping through walls and ceilings.
Insulating Lining Paper
Another Saarpor product, this Insulating Lining Paper offers a very economical way to provide a moderate level of thermal insulation to your home. At 4mm it’s double the thickness of traditional polystyrene veneers and it also comes with a high grade non-woven lining paper laminated to it.
Wallrock R300 Liner & Wallrock Cosy Liner
Wallrock R300 Liner is 1 mm thick and has been developed by Erfurt Mav to offer similar benefits to Wallrock Thermal Liner but at a lower price. The thermal insulation material is bonded to lining paper and it delivers a moderate to basic level of heat and sound insulation. A good choice when you want an insulating lining paper that is not too thick.
Heatsaver Polystyrene Insulation 2mm
Our Polystyrene Veneer provides a basic level of thermal insulation at a budget price. It consists of 2mm of polystyrene and comes in 10 metre length rolls. This product does not come with a pre-bonded lining paper, so a separate lining paper over the top is required. (We recommend using a non-woven lining paper such as Wallrock Fibreliner).
While the general cost of living has been going up in the last few years, the cost of electricity and gas has been going up at a much higher rate, meaning our bills are getting truly shocking. Many people are doing things to use less electricity, such as using less heating, and not using non-necessary appliances like washing machines and dryers. But another approach is to use your electricity more efficiently. If you insulate your home with thermal wallpaper, you lessen the time you need to have radiators and fan heaters switched on for. Read on to learn more about thermal wallpaper and where to use it.
What is Thermal Wallpaper?
Thermal wallpaper is labeled differently by different brands. Sometimes it’s called insulating wallpaper, but it’s also known as insulating wallpaper or thermal lining paper (or thermal liner, to give it its abbreviated name). But all these terms refer to the same sort of product – a thermal wall covering that is designed to insulate your walls buy trapping warm air inside and prevent cold from outside getting through your interior walls.
Thermal liner vs Thermal Wallpaper
However, the construction of thermal wallpaper and thermal lining paper does differ slightly. Thermal lining paper is made of an advanced themal insulator bonded to a thick, high quality lining paper. It’s designed to be used beneath normal wallpaper and will offer the advantages of regular lining paper like smoothing walls and protecting wallpaper from becoming stained. Thermal wallpaper usually has another layer of paper attached to the visible side to give a textured finish to your walls. Usually you will only need to use one or the other to provide thermal wall insulation to your home.
Where to use Thermal Wall Coverings
Thermal wallpapers and liners can be used anywhere throughout your home, but they work best on external walls where they won’t just trap warm air withing but also make a barrier against the cold from outside. However, they also have benefits when used on all the walls in certain rooms e.g. to remove the need for a heater to be on in a bedroom all night or to make cold Winter mornings more bearable in kitchens and bathrooms.
If you are looking at buying thermal wallpaper or liner, check the packaging for a performance description. A good thermal wall insulation should cause a room to heat up around 65% faster than if it wasn’t insulated, and reduce energy usage by 36% – so the savings on your energy bills will be significant.
There are many interior design and DIY brands that call themselves brand leaders. But Erfurt Mav are one that deserve the label. They consistently develop intelligent solutions to their customers’ needs, often being among the first to innovate new products.
Erfurt Mav (sometimes written as Erfurtmav), are the people behind the popular Wallrock wallpaper range. Their varied range of wallpaper and lining paper offer a plethora of benefits to people looking to redecorate. Below we look at some of the key products in the Wallrock range.
Efurt May were one of the first to develop wall coverings that had the practical purpose of insulating homes, not just for decoration. As efficiency and energy savings have become more of a priority for people, these thermal liners answer that need. Their standard thermal liner is 3.2mm thick and their latest, KV600, is 4mm, which not only insulates against heat loss but from noise as well.
Also part of the Wallrock range is Wallrock Fiberliner. This was developed for homes that receive a more than usual amount of wear and tear – perhaps due to young kids, pets, or just frequent guest visits. Wallrock Fiberliner is also designed to hold paint well and give a durable long lasting finish.
Wallrock Fineliner is designed to be a low cost alternative to replastering walls. Many aging homes require internal and external walls to be replastered to smooth them over. There is also Wallrock Superglass, a stronger more durable product for smoothing walls.
There are a range of Wallrock textured wallpapers available. All of them are hardwearing and designed to take paint well, so you can use Wallrock Wallpaper anywhere in your home.
Erfurt May’s Wallrock range is one of the best selling brands in the home décor industry, so it’s definitely worth checking out the rest of their range if you’re thinking of having any work done.