"Great garage door insulation. Being a car nut I wanted to reduce any heat loss from my garage, the door being the first thing to insulate, this is perfect for the job with No Nonsense Contact Adhesive Natural 500ml (32657) Using an infrared thermometer I can see this is doing a fantastic job, I left a but insulated and can see a 10degree difference when the garage is heated"
"Very easy to use product and does what it says on the tin. unfortunately the glue used to keep it into a roll was to strong and took the foil with it lost 200mm of each roll, but screw fix sorted this with another roll. Would recommend this product to everyone, so flexible and easy to cut."
"This was needed for a fish room build where every inch of space was needed so this suited alot better than celotex or kingspan. At the price it is i wasn't expecting it to work but to my surprise it worked greatly! I have already noticed a decrease in my electricity bill and can feel the heat blow me away when i enter the room! Really is great and i will be buying more very soon. Try it for yourself!"
"the wrap is only 6mm thick therefore can be used for surfaces such as loft access door where there is restricted space and a need for a good fix is required (double sided tape used). It has an advertised insulation value equivalent to 50mm poly which is good for any area where conventional and thicker insulation will not fit. Easy to work with and quite robust, keep away from sharp items that may puncture the surface but otherwise easy to form into shapes to wrap joists or other awkward surfaces. I have made sure it is away from TV antena, just in case the high reflective foil surface interferes with signal."
"Used the foil to insulate the roof of a metal building. Easy to cut and apply with a contact adhesive and can be wrapped around the ridge and roof supports which tend to produce a lot of condensation drips in the winter. Don't know how good it will be at preventing condensation until winter but it should work. 2 stars for performance so far."
"I used this to hold loose insulation against the loft conversion. I stapled it to the wood. It's very easy to cut and mould around awkward areas and definitely keeps the winter heat in and the summer heat out of the loft conversion.
The glue that holds the roll together is way too powerful and I ended up having to cut through the glue rather than tear the insulation apart."
"Ideal for what I wanted to do, an area of the ceiling in one of the bedrooms needed extra insulation I popped up into the loft lifted opened the roll and within minutes the job was done. Easy to cut and to handle, foil wrapped on each face unlike some of the competitors."
"Bought this product to insulate the inside of a metal up and over garage door. The insulation was easy to fit, sliding between the struts on the back of the door to hold it in place, cutting around the lock etc. Joints sealed with aluminium tape for a professional look. The insulation HAS made a difference. In the winter months there is now condensation on the outside of the garage door (as you get with A-rated glass) and the garage itself does not get as cold when left unheated. When using it to work in, the garage warms up much faster and retains heat for longer. This is great value retrofit insulation for metal up and over garage doors."
"the insulation is noticeable, you can feel the heat being reflected back at whilst you work, and added bonus it makes working with a trailer lamp some much easier as it reflects the lamp light every where. Rolls out Easy, only needs paper staples to hold it in place.... liked it so much i went and bought more!"
"... needed to creat barrier between brickwork on north face and lath-mounted plasterboard, wanted to have a bit of insulating benefit and mitigate against any damp. This seems ideal, easy to work with, not sure claim of equivalence to 55mm is credible but I guess it must be - doesn't feel it to touch but that may be because surface is foil and feel cold initially, soon warms up though, must have looked stupid as I put my cheek against the wall to check!!
"Small point but is worth making: Screwfix uses m²/kW for thermal resistance units which reads as square metres per kilowatt. The SI unit is m²K/W or square metre Kelvin per watt which is quite a different thing. Anyway to keep it simple this R unit is the inverse of the old 'U' one and the bigger the 'R' the better but be careful when sellers quote."