Our videos are full of helpful tips and how to guides when using our range of lime products.
Learn how to mix our LimeCote and WarmCote plaster to achieve the best results.
Douglas Fir Laths & Warmcote
A short demonstration of Douglas Fir Laths and a Warmcote scratch onto an oriel window.
Pack Sizes, Thicknesses and Weights - An introduction to Thermafleece CosyWool Roll including pack sizes, available thicknesses and widths and weight of packs
How To Cut Thermafleece Insulation
Although tearing Thermafleece insulation to fit is self explanatory, cutting Thermafleece accurately is always a good topic for a discussion. We know that everyone has their own views on this but we thought we would let you see how we, here at Thermafleece HQ do it!
Thermafleece British Sheep's Wool insulation. Made from the coarse coloured wool of British Hill sheep and manufactured in Yorkshire
Why Wool Matters
A short documentary produced with HRH The Prince of Wales for the Campaign for Wool, narrated by Alex James
Insulation is an integral part of the building fabric that does more than prevent heat loss.
Warmcote & Limecote Finishes
Compilation video of the different finishes achieved using Warmcote and Limecote
"Thanks,, I'm fully converted now 👍 won't be using lime putty for a while that's for sure, much better finish compared to what I've been using for the past 8 years or so, and peace of mind that it doesn't crack, lighter, less mess, no binding in needed.
I was also pleasantly surprised about how far it goes per bag 👍 definitely a game changer for me, will be back next week sometime for some more."
"Used their product Patchcote on my timber framed house for some repairs.
Really easy to mix, apply and finish.
Left-over product was just as pliable 3 days later, it can be left sealed inside the container supplied, after mixing, for up to a year!
Best product I’ve worked with!!"
"Limecote and Warmcote are ideal products for use on timber framed buildings and low strength substrates with their excellent flexibility, bond, and light weight compared to sanded plasters. Being dry bagged makes it easy to transport and store, with the added advantage of being able to adjust the mix to suit thin or very thick coats without compromising the product, or the quality of the finished work."