What is Insulating Wallpaper ?
When you want to install an effective layer of insulation in your home, save money on your heating bills and reduce your carbon footprint, using a thermally insulating lining paper is the way to go. Decorating with an insulating lining paper is a practical and low cost way of insulating your interior walls and ceilings, and ensuring that your home stays cosy and warm. All of our Insulating wallpapers can be used successfully on solid walls as well as modern wall construction and many of them also offer other great benefits such as sound insulation and damp and mould resistance.
Choose from 6 Types of Insulating Wallpaper
At GoWallpaper we offer not one, but six different thermally insulating lining papers for you to choose from including Wallrock Thermal Liner, Graphite Insulating Lining Paper and Polystyrene Veneer. To help you choose the right thermal wallpaper for your home they are listed in the further information section in order of effectiveness, along with their price per square metre.
New! Wallrock KV600 Thermal Liner - £6.96 per Sq Metre
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 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 - £5.85 per Sq Metre
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 - £2.58 per Sq Metre
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 - £1.64 per Sq Metre
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 - £3.44 per Sq Metre
Wallrock R300 Liner is 1.2 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 - £0.87 per Sq Metre
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).
Still not sure which Thermal Wallpaper is right for you? Call us on 0161 724 9085 and let our expert team help you make the right decision.
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The process of Wallrock insulating all outward-facing walls in my gable end terrace house was completed without any problems. The whole concept of Wallrock is excellent. Use the specified adhesive on the inner wall (no special preparation required). Apply the Wallrock; adhesive on the Wallrock, and the top quality covering paper goes on faultlessly. A better-looking finished wall than any plasterer could hope to achieve. As many owners of older end terrace houses will probably know, NO Government help is available - unlike that which is so widely publicised for cavity wall construction insulation. Does Wallrock work? I can be quite specific on this; I am on a two year fixed tariff for Gas and Electric. My annual account has just been received and I am over £150 in credit. My central heating boiler failed several years ago. Using economical flue-less gas fires (no emissions ever into the house), a well-insulated immersion heater, very occasionally electric fan heaters, AND Wallrock insulation, I can see no reason whatsoever to go to the expense and disturbance of installing central heating. If anything, my home is now often a bit TOO warm no matter how cold it may be outside. Grateful thanks to GoWallpaper for their advice, service, delivery and fair pricing. I think it would be just plain daft for anyone to shop elsewhere. Sincerely, Derek Weston.
Haven't tried the product yet but just wanted to say that so far I think that your website is excellent, your live chat is more efficient, quicker and more direct than any I have used before and your order/delivery service was superb.
A bit sceptical that it would be as efficient as advertised ---- but it is blooming brilliant. We have been able to turn the heat down and will certainly recommend it. Also excellent service and free advice from Go wallpaper.
Hi there. Bought a few rolls of this as it was cheaper. It has made the walls warmer to touch & should in theory reduce condensation / damp (I hope) However, i would say this paper, being made from a polystyrene is very awkward to put up. I had a professional painter & decorator do it. The stuff is not flexible, cracks when laying & leaves indentations, marks. In retrospect, wish id payed more for a "Woven" flexible paper. It the meantime, this stuff does the job, but you pay for what you get. And sadly the finish does not look that great. Delivered on time.
Excellent Service & Product
Excellent service, excellent product, would most certainly buy from you guys again. And would recommend your products to friends and family too.