Welcome on board MGC Ltd and a unique product called Septatap Thermal. Sempatap comes in rolls, just like wallpaper, and just like wallpaper, it is stuck to the wall.
The effect of Sempatap thermal can be seen quite clearly below. Heat loss is shown in Yellows, oranges and reds and before Sempatap installation money is just pouring out of the walls.
Heat loss from houses is dramatic
Only 10mm thick, it offers huge energy savings and heat loss is reduced considerable especially in the millions of older properties without double glazing and cavity walls. Its easy to install, can be decorated just like the original wall and even tiles can be laid on it.
There are discounts available in certain parts of the country as part of the Governments commitment to reducing energy loss in the UK.
Sempafloor is a special version to stop heat loss through floors and both the floor and wall version have great sound reduction qualities.
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And download a brochure to see how easily you can save a lot of money.
Can anyone help with a suitable adhesive for cork tiles on a floor. I know that Evostick will do the job but I am sure there is an alternative product that is more suitable for bathrooms. I only need a small quantity to fix 10 tiles.
The towel rails in both first floor bathrooms do not heat up at the top, I’ve tried bleeding them, opening both flow and return valves and removing any sludge buildup but the water simply does not rise more than half way up the radiator. The radiators remain on when the heating is off and only hot water is on – any suggestions?
I am installing a multi fuel fire but not sure how to fix a steel register plate? The main concern is how to attach them to the wall? I am reluctant to attach them by screws into the masonary due to concerns that the wall plugs would melt under the heat -any advice please?
I have a combi boiler and my triton shower firred up so I bought a new triton opal but continually have problems with the hot water and now winter is here it is really noticeable. I have lowered pressure to the point where just the slightest reduction in pressure and the shower lights up LOW PRESSURE and wont get hot and a slight increase in presure does not get the water hot enough -what else can I do or do I simply buy a different shower?