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NoMorePly Tile Board 1200 x 800 x 12mm

NoMorePly is a tile backing system used as an alternative partition walling material to plasterboard. It is impervious to moisture and impact resistant, providing a tough, long lasting walling material that gives you a solid feel to the touch and is ideal for high humidity areas such as kitchens and bathrooms.

Securing fixings, such as towel rails, are no problem and it comes with an A1 fire rating so it's ideal to line out fireplaces before tiling and installing log burners. It's a versatile board that suits lots of applications, including for external use as a render board.

Key Features

  • A1 fire rated
  • Stronger than plasterboard
  • Impervious to moisture
  • Multiuse board
  • Easy to cut and handle

Product specification

  • Colour Ivory
  • Thickness 12mm
  • Length 1.2m
  • Width 800mm
  • Material Fibre Cement
  • Coverage 0.96 m2
  • Rating A1 Fire Rated
  • Manufacturer STS

We hope you'll be pleased with your purchase from George Hill (Oldham) Ltd. However, if you should change your mind and wish to return your items, we will be happy to refund the goods within 14 days of purchase, provided the return is made in accordance with our cancellation & returns policy which can be viewed here.

In the unlikely event that goods supplied are faulty or damaged, we will exchange the goods or provide you with a full refund. Notification of any defect or damage must be made in writing within 7 days of purchase to

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