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Abru 2 Section Loft Ladder £30.00 C&C Tesco Direct

£30.00 @ Tesco Direct
This was posted previously at this price through Amazon but its now up to £40 there. This Abru loft ladder has 2 sections and is suitable for heights of up to 2.69m. It features non-slip ‘D’ rungs… Read More
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2y, 7m agoFound 2 years, 7 months ago
This was posted previously at this price through Amazon but its now up to £40 there.

This Abru loft ladder has 2 sections and is suitable for heights of up to 2.69m. It features non-slip ‘D’ rungs for comfort and security with a universal stowing pole which is compatible with most loft hatches. Suitable for DIY installation, it comes complete with all components and easy to follow instructions. The ladder has a 150kg weight capacity and complies with the BS EN14975 British safety standard.

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#1
Cheap as chips
#2
Ladder only
No loft opening
#3
Bargain, got one of these a few years ago from screwfix when they were £24.99, the extra's i need was a couple of hinges and a piece of mdf to convert the hatch to drop-down. Then add on the pva to seal the mdf, then white satinwood to finish. Lastly a length of draught seal. Easily enough installed.
#4
Do make sure you fully clip in the leg catches when extended, otherwise slightly embarrassing when it bends half way up and you are left dangling...now on second of these as my fault the first time
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saintscouple
Bargain, got one of these a few years ago from screwfix when they were £24.99, the extra's i need was a couple of hinges and a piece of mdf to convert the hatch to drop-down. Then add on the pva to seal the mdf, then white satinwood to finish. Lastly a length of draught seal. Easily enough installed.



Only a couple of extra things then. Lol. Thanks for the list though. Very helpful :-)
#6
saintscouple
Bargain, got one of these a few years ago from screwfix when they were £24.99, the extra's i need was a couple of hinges and a piece of mdf to convert the hatch to drop-down. Then add on the pva to seal the mdf, then white satinwood to finish. Lastly a length of draught seal. Easily enough installed.


Handy enough if you already have a drop down cover?
#7
Heat added thanks.

Looks like I'll need to make a new drop down hatch for the loft then.
Whats the best way to insulate the hatch against heat escaping out into the loft?
Our current vertical hatch is pretty thick and fits well in place so no gaps.
Is mdf a good enough insulation or should something be added on top of the hatch and all around it?
#8
pinoproxy
Heat added thanks.

Looks like I'll need to make a new drop down hatch for the loft then.
Whats the best way to insulate the hatch against heat escaping out into the loft?
Our current vertical hatch is pretty thick and fits well in place so no gaps.
Is mdf a good enough insulation or should something be added on top of the hatch and all around it?


@saintscouple ran through most of it above. But you can also get foam insulation boards that you can fit on top of the cover / door and would provide extra insulation.
#9
HUKD is inundated with loft ladders 2 weeks before Xmas. Are people hiding presents up there and realising what a pain it is. Have some heat.
#10
Bargain I paid £39 from aldi
#11
The one from aldi also has hand rails though
#12
Out of stock.
#13
expired. might be worth putting a stock alert in for when its back in.
#14
polcup
pinoproxy
Heat added thanks.

Looks like I'll need to make a new drop down hatch for the loft then.
Whats the best way to insulate the hatch against heat escaping out into the loft?
Our current vertical hatch is pretty thick and fits well in place so no gaps.
Is mdf a good enough insulation or should something be added on top of the hatch and all around it?

@saintscouple ran through most of it above. But you can also get foam insulation boards that you can fit on top of the cover / door and would provide extra insulation.

If this the same one as Amazon, HC3600B, which I got this week, it has all the bits you need, hinges, hatch conversion kit inc latch and pole. Excellent quality.

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