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B&Q Abru 3 section loft ladder £30.00 instore - Keighley

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Just wondering around B&Q Keighley and spotted these on special offer. Were £89 now only £30 There are 6 here... looks national clearance? Code : 510184537 0034 Read More
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Just wondering around B&Q Keighley and spotted these on special offer.

Were £89 now only £30

There are 6 here... looks national clearance?

Code : 510184537 0034
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How easy are these to fit? DIY job?
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Gollywood
How easy are these to fit? DIY job?
Rather depends on your existing loft hatch dimensions I think. My rafters were too far apart so I had to install sistering pieces to them to reduce the width, and then cut out more ceiling back to new noggins to increase the length. My ladder was wooden though and perhaps this aluminium one is less demanding (the trick was to ensure that my new hatch way was perfectly square). Well pleased with the result though. No more balancing on step ladders that are too short :-). The Abru 7003 specifications are here:-
https://www.abru.co.uk/uk/en/products/Loft%20Ladders/37003

Not sure if these are the installation instructions for this very ladder, but they give some idea of what is involved:-
https://www.abru.co.uk/files/f1b9a9bf-0df7-4d15-84ac-ebf61144f881/ABRU_3-Section-Easy-Stow%20-Loft-Ladder_Installation.pdf




Edited By: ozodimal on Apr 07, 2017 15:22
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Looks like the one I got a few years ago for full price. £30 is a steal. Heat
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ozodimal
Gollywood
How easy are these to fit? DIY job?
Rather depends on your existing loft hatch dimensions I think. My rafters were too far apart so I had to install sistering pieces to them to reduce the width, and then cut out more ceiling back to new noggins to increase the length. My ladder was wooden though and perhaps this aluminium one is less demanding (the trick was to ensure that my new hatch way was perfectly square). Well pleased with the result though. No more balancing on step ladders that are too short :-). The Abru 7003 specifications are here:-
https://www.abru.co.uk/uk/en/products/Loft%20Ladders/37003

Not sure if these are the installation instructions for this very ladder, but they give some idea of what is involved:-
https://www.abru.co.uk/files/f1b9a9bf-0df7-4d15-84ac-ebf61144f881/ABRU_3-Section-Easy-Stow%20-Loft-Ladder_Installation.pdf





We have a hatch that was built by previous owner & not so great DIYer. Strange size. Bigger than thus hatch size. And it opens upwards. Just a huge solid wood chunk!
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Gollywood
We have a hatch that was built by previous owner & not so great DIYer. Strange size. Bigger than thus hatch size. And it opens upwards. Just a huge solid wood chunk!
Well there's no maximum size to the door, which you supply anyway. It's possible that you could use your existing one to hang downwards instead, having removed the jams that it now sits on. There's a good video on the link in my previous post, plus min/max dimensions for the location (note the strong point required at the power pivot point at 8.1 in the instructions. Good luck if you go ahead!

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