Thermal wallpaper experience?

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  • markin
    markin Posts: 3,842 Forumite
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    30mm of insulated plasterboard or 75 if you can, would be far better and save on heating bills, a must if its solid walls with no cavity.
  • Apjs87
    Apjs87 Posts: 122 Forumite
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    With the thermal wallpaper, could you then paper again over the top with a cover of choice?
  • flashg67
    flashg67 Posts: 3,994 Forumite
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    Used it on a cold rear wall that rarely sees any sun and it is warmer to the touch and now mould free. I've found using lime paint too helps with mould formation if you're in  an old property (solid walls)

    I used wallpaper from the wallrock range. The proper adhesive is recommended but it's not cheap
  • ThisIsWeird
    ThisIsWeird Posts: 4,813 Forumite
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    Apjs87 said:
    With the thermal wallpaper, could you then paper again over the top with a cover of choice?
    Yes. That's a good solution.
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