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Diall Thermal Insulation roll, (L)10m (W)0.5m (T)2mm
This Expanded polystyrene roll;accelerates temperature rising in the room protecting from cold & humidity.
- accelerates temperature rising in the room protecting from cold & humidity.
- Guarantee - 15 years
Features and benefits
This product accelerates temperature rising in the room protecting from cold & humidity.
- Thermal wall insulation
- Ensure surfaces are clean & free from dust, dirt & grease. Cut the strips with scissors, making sure that they are slightly longer than necessary. Coat the wall with recommended adhesive using a toothed spatula. Hang the polystyrene rolls, edge-to-edge. Secure with a hard plastic spatula or a rubber roller. Leave to dry 24-28 hours before applying the covering.
|BRE green guide rating||A+ (credit awarded)|
|U-value (thermal insulation)||20W/m²K|
Good but be careful
Capt Wilkie - 2 months ago
The product is fine I used a pva mix put onto wall then rolled onto wall, using another roller to gently! Press on, one annoying thing the tape to keep the roll from unraveling before the shrink wrap is put on, does it really need to be 2"tape 4"+ long with adhesive quality of gorilla tape???? NOOO, it ends up ripping up the roll
DIYrnow - 5 months ago
I did my living room in this and it makes a difference...real test will be in the winter months...going to get more to do my son's room which is always cold. Pasted wall and popped the strip up with no problems
Fi72 - 8 months ago
I bought this to insulate the external walls in both my sons bedrooms, make the walls so much warmer and very easy to put up.
Avoid this product
The Leicester Wanderer - 11 months ago
I bought some of this product, only to then find that B&Q have discontinued selling the un-named recommend adhesive. They sent round the corner to get some paste elsewhere, who didn't stock it. Diall is made by Kingfisher who also own B&Q. What an almighty shambles!
Keeping out the cold.
Yorkshire Pocahontas - 1 year ago
I bought this wallpaper for my bedroom outer wall as it was extremely cold to the touch. Now the walls are insulated. I haven't had chance to put lining paper on top, so would be even better.. Can be a little tricky as it's quite thin but just take your time and go carefully. I coated the walls first with pva glue then gently rolled the paper onto the wall. This was the first time I ever put wallpaper up. So those experienced souls , should be easy..