Knauf Saver Triple Loft Insulation 200mm Pack covers 5.50m2 £3.00 @ B&Q - HotUKDeals
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Been looking for some insulation for a while to top up whats up in the roof. Bought some own brand insulation like this few months back for £5 a roll so this is great value. Can reserve online and collect. Got 5 rolls today for £15 !
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#1
Excellent deal & the facility to get some indication of stock on line.

Why would anyone pay full price with periodic deals like this?
#2
I posted a deal the other week for Wickes "3 for 1" loft insulation thinking it was a good deal - this is miles better. In fact I needed 1 extra roll to complete my loft and picked up a B&Q pack tonight (wish I had waited now before getting my original 3 from Wickes!!) Hot deal

Edited By: roysterdoyster on Oct 06, 2010 21:31: "3 for 1" missing
#3
Picked up 3 myself at this price I may aswell insulate the Walls of our loft conversion, Roofs done but have a few cold walls
#4
Good deal.
#5
Excellent thanks, have reserved for pick up. :-)
#6
Thought this was another Tuna deal .
#7
leeparker
Picked up 3 myself at this price I may aswell insulate the Walls of our loft conversion, Roofs done but have a few cold walls


This stuff's 8 inches thick. Not likely to be any good for insulating walls.
#8
Build centre along with n power deal usually beats any of the insulation deals posted on here but this seems good per m2.
#9
MinerWilly
Thought this was another Tuna deal .

pmsl me too!
#10
shakeyjake66
leeparker
Picked up 3 myself at this price I may aswell insulate the Walls of our loft conversion, Roofs done but have a few cold walls
This stuff's 8 inches thick. Not likely to be any good for insulating walls.

course it is, compressed down 50% wont effect it in a wall
#11
good deal, heat added.
#12
heat added... to my loft.
#13
MinerWilly
Thought this was another Tuna deal .


LOL, Me too!
#14
my loft hatch is only 35cm x 30cm, I guess I won't be able to fit it through? does it come in strips so I can take a few up at a time? I was going to get someone to enlarge the hatch £80 then get Mark group to do the loft insulation (£190) but I think I may do it myself I guess all you need to do is fit them between the joists?

Thanks.
#15
wingz
my loft hatch is only 35cm x 30cm, I guess I won't be able to fit it through? does it come in strips so I can take a few up at a time? I was going to get someone to enlarge the hatch £80 then get Mark group to do the loft insulation (£190) but I think I may do it myself I guess all you need to do is fit them between the joists?Thanks.

It's easy enough to do but the fibreglass stuff is nasty to handle. Some people aren't that badly affected but if you've never done it before then try to have a little test before buying loads and committing yourself to the full job. Personally, I've made a point of REMOVING it from my loft. I use the stuff made from plastic bottles which is about £5 a roll and doesn't cause any nastiness whatsoever.

If you do want to do it then getting it in through the hatch won't be a problem, each roll is about 5 metres so even if you have to unroll the lot on your landing and drag it throught the hatch, it won't be too much of a problem (apart from the dust it will make!).
#16
pauljameswright
wingz
my loft hatch is only 35cm x 30cm, I guess I won't be able to fit it through? does it come in strips so I can take a few up at a time? I was going to get someone to enlarge the hatch £80 then get Mark group to do the loft insulation (£190) but I think I may do it myself I guess all you need to do is fit them between the joists?Thanks.


It's easy enough to do but the fibreglass stuff is nasty to handle. Some people aren't that badly affected but if you've never done it before then try to have a little test before buying loads and committing yourself to the full job. Personally, I've made a point of REMOVING it from my loft. I use the stuff made from plastic bottles which is about £5 a roll and doesn't cause any nastiness whatsoever.

If you do want to do it then getting it in through the hatch won't be a problem, each roll is about 5 metres so even if you have to unroll the lot on your landing and drag it throught the hatch, it won't be too much of a problem (apart from the dust it will make!).


thanks for the reply, the hatch is going to be too small so I've decided to get them to do the job which will save me time & stress.

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