Loft Insulation 4 rolls for £39.96 @ Homebase - HotUKDeals
We use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation. By continuing to use HUKD, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.
Get the HUKD app free at Google Play

Search Error

An error occurred when searching, please try again!

Login / Sign UpSubmit
Visited Homebase in Southport to purchase Space Combi Loft Insulation - 100mm showing on-line as £19.98 per roll.

Offer in-store is 2 for 1 so I bought 4 rolls for £39.96 - also 2 for 1 offers in-store on other insulation products.

Works out a lot cheaper than the Wicks 2 for 1 offer.
More From Homebase:
×
Get the Hottest Deals Daily
Stay informed. Once a day, we'll send you the deals our members voted as the best.
Failed
gemini1 Avatar
8y, 1m agoFound 8 years, 1 month ago
Options

All Comments

(9) Jump to unreadPost a comment
Comments/page:
#1
saw this too ~ thought it was a cracking deal ~ I managed to scribble the following prices down:

170mm combi roll (1140 wide x 7.03m long x 170 thick) £27.98 bogof so £13.99 each
100mm combi roll (1140 wide x 12.18m long x 100 thick) £19.98 bogof so £9.99 each (as above)

100mm Spaceblanket 370mm wide x 8.00m long ~ £9.98 bogof so £4.99 each
150mm Spaceblanket 370mm wide x 5.33m long ~ £11.98 bogof so £5.99 each
200mm Spaceblanket 370mm wide x 4.00m long ~ £11.98 bogof so £5.99 each
#2
Mine was a 2 bed but is now a 3 as the we've got an extension. Do you think 31 rolls is about right for a 2 bed terrace?

Only asking as got a quote today from the goverment scheme which was between £200 and £255 fitted. Dependant on his measurements.
#3
Depends on your own house TBH, I did my loft this week and the manufacturers of Space blanket claim the 'average' 3 bed Semi should take 17 rolls. My house is a 3 bed Detached and it took way more than that, 28 in total and I have a small roofspace due to it being a dormer roof.

Doing it is easy though, in a standard home the whole job would have taken me less than an hour to put down 400mm of insulation (Govt recommend 270). I cant believe people would pay to get this installed at all it is one of the easiest DIY jobs I've ever done.
#4
Ritchie 2
Depends on your own house TBH, I did my loft this week and the manufacturers of Space blanket claim the 'average' 3 bed Semi should take 17 rolls. My house is a 3 bed Detached and it took way more than that, 28 in total and I have a small roofspace due to it being a dormer roof.

Doing it is easy though, in a standard home the whole job would have taken me less than an hour to put down 400mm of insulation (Govt recommend 270). I cant believe people would pay to get this installed at all it is one of the easiest DIY jobs I've ever done.


How much did it cost you in total and where did you get the insulation from? Can't seem to make a comparrison as 400mm isn't listed.
#5
I've a feeling, a lot of people would find the Tesco loft insulation service cheaper... £198 to insulate the lot, including someone to go up and do it for you. http://www.tescoinsulation.com/
#6
timwishart if you measure your total floorspace (length X width) it will give you near enough your loft space area that needs to be covered.As mikepj has given the roll sizes you can work out how many rolls you will need for your house,hope this is of some help to you.
hgv
#7
timwishart
How much did it cost you in total and where did you get the insulation from? Can't seem to make a comparrison as 400mm isn't listed.


All in it cost me £130 to put two layers of 200mm in using Space Blanket.
#8
Ritchie 2
Depends on your own house TBH, I did my loft this week and the manufacturers of Space blanket claim the 'average' 3 bed Semi should take 17 rolls. My house is a 3 bed Detached and it took way more than that, 28 in total and I have a small roofspace due to it being a dormer roof.

Doing it is easy though, in a standard home the whole job would have taken me less than an hour to put down 400mm of insulation (Govt recommend 270). I cant believe people would pay to get this installed at all it is one of the easiest DIY jobs I've ever done.


CAUTIONARY NOTICE: While DIY on this IS the easiest DIY jobs that can be done be sure to use a high quality mask and good safety goggles (swim goggles are best) and try to cover as much of your skin as possible (disposable overalls and gloves) as the fibres kicked up can be very irritating. Also worth investing in a "HEADLIGHT".
#9
When using space blanket though, there is no need for any of that because it's encapsulated in plastic and foil. It does reccomend wearing a mask but only to prevent minor irritation. I didnt use a mask and had no problems.

Post a Comment

You don't need an account to leave a comment. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private.

...OR log in with your social account

...OR comment using your social account

Top of Page
Thanks for your comment! Keep it up!
We just need to have a quick look and it will be live soon.
The community is happy to hear your opinion! Keep contributing!