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This great offer is back again albeit twice the price! It was £1.00 a roll last time but even at £2.00 a roll it is currently unbeatable (unless your eligible for free insulation)

The title on there web page still states 2 for 1 offer but lower down it does state that the price is £2.00 a roll for either the 170mm or 100mm thick.

For DIY use only. This product is subsidised under the Carbon Emissions Reduction Target and is intended for insulating existing homes. It is not intended for use in new buildings or extensions. Further subsidies cannot be claimed by professional installers on this product. Purchases are limited to 100m2 coverage per household.

^ £2 per roll offer applies to DIY loft insulation only. The £2 per roll offer is limited to the first 5,500 customers, is subject to availability and irrespective of how many customers have purchased the insulation the offer will end at 4pm on 26th February 2010. Offer is only available for delivery to households in Mainland Great Britain and you must own your own home or rent from a private landlord. Build Center will aim to deliver to your door by 26th March 2010. Where unused rolls are returned for a refund the refund price per roll will be the offer price of £2 per roll.
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#1
FREE DELIVERY - Order online and delivery to your door will be included as part of the £2 per roll offer - this stuff is very bulky and getting it delivered is a big plus. Can't get more than 4 rolls in my hatchback and then the boot won't shut. Luckily I got some last time the offer was on.
#2
Can't get my order to show up!!

I've used the calculator to work out what I require and ticked both the boxes (to confirm that I have read the safety instructions and that I accept the T&C), but when I click the Proceed button it just takes me to the Build Center order page with an empty cart! :thinking:

Please help - don't want to miss out on this again!!!

Davedru
#3
Got this last time it was on - really good stuff but be aware it comes in very wide rolls and they just drop them in the street so it's heavy work moving them - well worth it though!
#4
davedru
Can't get my order to show up!!

I've used the calculator to work out what I require and ticked both the boxes (to confirm that I have read the safety instructions and that I accept the T&C), but when I click the Proceed button it just takes me to the Build Center order page with an empty cart! :thinking:

Please help - don't want to miss out on this again!!!

Davedru


This happened to me as well:x
It will go through eventually but mine had added up all the 22 rolls 6 times so it came to 132 rolls.

I use Firefox as my default browser but tried IE and it worked straight away.
#5
MarksNParkers
This happened to me as well:x
It will go through eventually but mine had added up all the 22 rolls 6 times so it came to 132 rolls.

I use Firefox as my default browser but tried IE and it worked straight away.


Hmmmm. Firefox is my default browser too - I also tried IE but it didn't work either :x

I've now gone onto my wife's laptop and, using Firefox, my order has completed on first attempt!

Damn computers!!!

Heat & Rep added - cheers MarksNParkers
#6
RedSkywalker
Got this last time it was on - really good stuff but be aware it comes in very wide rolls and they just drop them in the street so it's heavy work moving them - well worth it though!


Not if you have a front garden to drop them in :thumbsup:
#7
Great insulation I got some last time - BUT - this is nasty stuff - the guy who dropped mine off had developed an alergic reaction to it; he had the most horrible scarring on his arms from where the fibres had irritated him and he'd needed a spell in hospital to sort him out. So make sure you use mask, gloves, goggles etc. when installing.
It's not just the installation you need be careful; if you have your loft part boarded and go up there often you need to consider whether you want to be breathing rockwool dust everytime...
I covered mine in some very thin plastic sheeting I had - but you still see the air is full of fibres when you turn on the light...
#8
davedru
Can't get my order to show up!!

I've used the calculator to work out what I require and ticked both the boxes (to confirm that I have read the safety instructions and that I accept the T&C), but when I click the Proceed button it just takes me to the Build Center order page with an empty cart! :thinking:

Please help - don't want to miss out on this again!!!

Davedru


You need to use Internet Explorer and make sure it accepts cookies.

Anyone knows dimensions of the roll?
1 Like #9
wombat6025

I covered mine in some very thin plastic sheeting I had

Not recommended to do this as this can capture moisture over time which risers from your house through the ceiling (plasterboard) into the loft quilt causing the insulation to become damp/mold and deteriorate over time. That's why 300mm is the maximum recommended thickness of loft quilt to use as it allows rising moisture to escape and evaporate away. :thumbsup:
#10
Cheers ordered. ;)
H&R
#11
Hoppie
wombat6025

I covered mine in some very thin plastic sheeting I had

Not recommended to do this as this can capture moisture over time which risers from your house through the ceiling (plasterboard) into the loft quilt causing the insulation to become damp/mold and deteriorate over time. That's why 300mm is the maximum recommended thickness of loft quilt to use as it allows rising moisture to escape and evaporate away. :thumbsup:



Thanks for that info - I had worried about damp being trapped - I guess I'll be giving away the rolls I haven't used yet :thumbsup:
#12
Ordered last time but never heard another thing after initial confirmation email.
#13
Moved house since the last offer, so need it again!
#14
just to let you all know you can only order online at the moment if you go into a buld center branch it will be £3.99
#15
I need to insulate a shed, if I put plywood across the beams inside to hold this up do you think it'd do the job? Or should I get the foil backed polystyrene stuff instead?
#16
Just ordered 18 rolls of the 170mm - link worked fine. Should save a little dosh in the long run for the refurbishment of the extension!

Update..........4 hrs after placing the order, the 18 rolls have arrived! Now thats what I call sevice...wife is just trying to find somwhere to put them!!
#17
tek-monkey
I need to insulate a shed, if I put plywood across the beams inside to hold this up do you think it'd do the job? Or should I get the foil backed polystyrene stuff instead?


The cheapest is this quilt but once trapped between 2 layers ie inside & out it can get moisture in which may not dry out and cause damp/mold etc over time. For a permanent job use rigid insulation generally the more expensive the better insulating properties. Also thicker insulation boards are not always thermally better than thinner boards but these boards will cost more to because of their thermal efficency/thickness ratio being superior. :)
#18
Hi there, just go onto the webiste however it is asking for an order number - how do I get this?

Thanks in advance.
#19
Just had mine delivered which I ordered many many weeks ago, I was going to post this ammended offer or indeed contact Amibees to resubmit original topic.

This should be a lot hotter IF you are not in any rush for the insulation.

Heat added.
#20
Insulation turned up today so only had to wait 6 days....
#21
Ordered 30 rolls when it was a pound last time. Ordered over the phone. Orrible to lay but worth it.
#22
Cheers OP.

Maybe they'll deliver 'em this time.
#23
Took it's time but nice to see this has at last got on to the front page.... amount of people who can't read and are off to B&Q to by a worse deal.
Good original post by amibees as always.
#24
i work for a loft & cavity wall company...if you are a homeowner & are over 70 (or if anyone that is living with you is of that age), in receipt of any benefits then you qualify to getting the insulation free of charge....

if not then you still qualify for a 70% grant as long as you own your own home :thumbsup:
#25
bargainhunter666
Took it's time but nice to see this has at last got on to the front page.... amount of people who can't read and are off to B&Q to by a worse deal.
Good original post by amibees as always.


Original post by amibees:?
#26
good deal I got this last time and you can really notice the difference
#27
Hoppie
wombat6025

I covered mine in some very thin plastic sheeting I had

Not recommended to do this as this can capture moisture over time which risers from your house through the ceiling (plasterboard) into the loft quilt causing the insulation to become damp/mold and deteriorate over time. That's why 300mm is the maximum recommended thickness of loft quilt to use as it allows rising moisture to escape and evaporate away. :thumbsup:


I intend to finish off mine with a landscaping fabric cover as this lets water vapour through.

However, be careful to ensure that you have adequate ventilation. In this cold weather I started getting condensation problems after laying due to reduced loft temperature. To help control I will have to put in extra vents as existing were not enough no
#28
MarksNParkers
Original post by amibees:?


Yeah when most people countrywide took up the offer - http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/549580/heads-up-npower-1-a-roll-insulation?p=7149621
#29
emma_staton
i work for a loft & cavity wall company...if you are a homeowner & are over 70 (or if anyone that is living with you is of that age), in receipt of any benefits then you qualify to getting the insulation free of charge....

if not then you still qualify for a 70% grant as long as you own your own home :thumbsup:


Yeah, I applied via Warm Front and after a year and half havn't had a thing other than an inspection to say what I qualified for plus letters to show what a terrible and badly organsised company they are. They are not fit to fulfill the current workload. That is why I spent a massive £25 and did it myself.
#30
i've heard a few bad reviews of that company saying the same as you...good job that i don't work for them :-D
#31
Good news ours has just been delivered ;o)
However i think i've over ordered.............lol

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