Cracks can appear in walls and ceilings over time, caused by climatic conditions, water infiltration, or ground and wall displacements. Bad ageing of a decorative render or an old wallcovering exposed to high traffic can also generate an irregular surface.
Novelio® Renovation paintable wall coverings are the ideal solution to renovate old and irregular cracked walls and ceilings. The collection is suitable for wall renovation projects that require enhanced coverage and greater protection than that offered by standard wall coverings, with a range of appropriate solutions for different wall types.
RenoCover offers coverage of old wall coverings with structured pattern, providing deep renovation of old, irregular and cracked walls. This glass fiber wall covering is laminated with a fleece to offer unique properties such as high tensile strength, resistance to impact and abrasion, and high fire resistance (Euroclass B-s1, d0). RenoCover has high covering power thanks to the thickness and opacity of the product, and a flat finish is also available.
RenoVeil is the flat solution to cover medium size cracks, ideal for smoothing the cracks between two different substrates such as plasterboard or concrete. RenoVeil offers easy renovation of old and cracked plasterboard and provides a healthy base for the application of new standard wall covering. This glass fiber wall covering is deeply coated to offer excellent fire protection, high covering power and high resistance to impact and abrasion.
EasyCover is a glass fiber wallpaper that boasts a specially designed irregular pattern to cover old wall coverings. Like all products in the Novelio® Renovation range, EasyCover has a high tensile strength and excellent fire resistance. The irregularity of the pattern provides enhanced coverage, with a selection of classic and modern decorative designs to choose from.
Easy renovation of irregular cracked walls and ceilings
Enhanced coverage • High tensile strength
High resistance to impact and abrasion
Fire resistant: Euroclass B-s1, d0 on substrate A1 or A2