The most efficient way to cover a wall shielded, is by using Wallpaper. Wallpaper is cheaper, it is faster and gives a better result than painting over the shielding area. The shielding protection is black due to the graphite composition, it requires several paint coats to cover it, which means it will take longer to finish the job, also some parts of the shielding are more difficult to cover, like the earth components, wallpaper in this case makes a lot more sense.
This service is to hung your wallpaper over the shielding protection. You will need to order and have the wallpaper delivered prior to our visit.
There are no decimals when ordering a shielding area, meaning if your desired cover area is 12.4 meter square, you will need to order 13 meters square.
For more details of what our EMF shielding work consists of, please visit our ‘EMF Shielding explained’ page here.
The Shielding protection is directional, like a shield it will only protect assault from a particular direction, which means a room will not be necessarily free from danger, despite it having shielding in one particular wall. EMF radiation still can enter the room from other directions or unprotected windows and doors for example. Shielding involves several steps, please visit our ‘EMF Shielding explained‘ page for more details.
EMF shielding works a bit like an umbrella, you still can get a little wet despite having one under the rain. Having an umbrella however gives you a better chance to shield most of the rain drops.
EMF Shielding is not perfect! It is almost impossible in normal circumstances to eliminate completely EMF, however our shielding can reduce the EMF intensity by thousands of times, sometimes millions of times lower than existing ambient EMF. Visit our ‘case studies page here‘ for more details.
A room completely free from externally generated EMF requires a full Faraday cage. A Faraday cage means that all 6 sides of the room need to be EMF shielded.