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Warmerwall

What is Warmerwall?

Warmerwall is an anti-condensation coating that effectively reflects heat back in the direction it came from. It’s very easily applied and as well as helping to control condensation it also reduces the amount of heat loss through interior walls – meaning homeowners have the added benefit of saving on their energy bills and reducing their carbon footprint.

How does it work?

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Warmerwall’s Glass Bubble technology creates a thermal barrier

This water based internal emulsion will drastically reduce the formation of condensation by utilising hollow Glass Bubble Technology. Glass Bubbles are non-toxic hollow spheres about the thickness of a human hair. When incorporated into a paint film they act as miniature thermos-like bottles, providing a thermal barrier between cold surfaces and the warmer ambient temperature within a living space. As the air is insulated against the colder wall surface, condensation is controlled. This in turn inhibits mould and fungal growth.

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Why use Warmerwall?

Condensation can affect both old and new houses and is directly associated with mould growth, which can cause severe and permanent spoiling of decorative surfaces. Warm air can hold more water vapour than cold air and condensation forms when the moisture-laden air comes into contact with a cold surface. The air cools to the point that it can no longer hold the water vapour which then condenses to a liquid as the ‘dew point’ is reached and condensation forms on the cold surface. On impervious surfaces beads of water can appear.

On permeable surfaces, such as wallpaper, the condensation or water is absorbed. Continuous and severe condensation can cause problems such as discolouration, staining, peeling of wallpaper, blistering of paint and mould growth.

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What to do next…

Warmerwall is innovative to Peter Cox, so your first steps are to arrange a free survey, where our surveyor can bring you a Warmerwall sample and advise on best steps to take to ensure your home is well protected against condensation.

Simply fill out the contact form on this page and select “warmerwall” as the service – we’ll then contact you to arrange a time and date that best suits you!