Unbranded Multilayer Insulation 1.5m x 15mÂ²
This stuff is great - 19 layers in total. Can cut if necessary with scissors. Just tape up joins with aluminium tape afterwards. Used to insulate vaulted ceiling. Attached to batons using staples then more batons on top before plasterboarding etc could feel difference in room before plasterboard went up. Excellent stuff! Definitely worth the money I'm saving on bills.
18 Mar 2015
Excellent, high quality product. Easy installation. Very good performance. (You can feel the difference immediately) A little expensive.
8 Aug 2014
Excellent for refurbs.
Used before for reinsulating old flats and it works a treat.
Use 25mm batons on the old walls and ceiling. Staple on the insulation, overlapping sheets by 75mm and tape up all the joins using foil tape.
Then screw 25mm batons using 4*75mm wood screws and a decent drill, and place new plasterboard on top.
You loose a small amount of floor space, but the extra heat is worth it!
Don't try drilling through the insulation as you'll get your bit stuck, but you can drive decent sized screws through.
I used scissors to cut it and a Tac-Wise electric staple gun with 30mm staples to hold it up.
9 Oct 2013
I have used quite a lot of Super Quilt in a stone house in France. I have found far the easiest way to cut it is with an electric carving knife. The best way is to use the knife upside down running the blade along a hard floor under the Super Quilt. This gives a very clean cut with none of the shredding that is unavoidable with either scissors or a Stanley knife. Odd shapes are also very easy. You do have to be careful not to cut the supply cable to the knife!
9 Nov 2011