Wallrock Thermal Liner on rough walls

Wallrock Thermal Liner on rough walls

Wallrock Thermal Liner is ideal when dealing with damaged walls. You can read in detail about the Thermal Liner here, but in this article, we’ll deal with the obvious benefits of this wallcovering on rough and damaged walls.

The image below the video clearly shows how thick the Thermal Liner is when compared to other wallcovering products. The main purpose of Wallrock Thermal Liner is to help with the rooms’ thermal insulation, but as a side effect you can deal with some pretty rough surfaces. Because it’s 3.2 mm thick it will hide most of the nastiness on the wall – obviously, it won’t sort out a wall, which looks like sea during a storm – it’s good, but not that good!

Watch how to hang Wallrock Thermal Liner video – I think this will give you even a better idea of what’s possible.


Will it work?

The image below should demonstrate clearly how thick Wallrock Thermal Liner is when compared to other products. I think you get the idea. As always, get a free sample of Wallrock Thermal Liner if you are not sure what it looks like and if it’s going to work for you.

Wallrock Thermal Liner

Compering thickness of Wallrock Fibreliner, R300 and Thermal Liner


How will Wallrock Thermal Liner work on a damaged walls / ceilings?

See the image below. The soft backing goes against the wall covering the cracks, woodchip etc. whilst the flat front faces the room and is ready to be painted or covered with paste-the-wall type of wallpaper.

Thickness of Wallrock Thermal Liner

Side view of Wallrock Thermal Liner


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