Wickes 100mm loft insulation (instore) buy 1 get 2 free - HotUKDeals
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Covers 14.13m2
Significantly improves energy efficiency
Glass mineral wool
Easy to divide
Suitable for 600 and 400mm joist and rafter spacing
Compressed for easy handling
For DIY use only - This product is subsidised by E.ON under the Carbon Emissions Reduction Target. It is not for use in new buildings. Further subsidies cannot be claimed by professional installers on this product. Offer limited to 100m2 per transaction

FIRSTLY, please check, many people are entitled to free/heavily subsidised insulation which could be a better deal than this. However, this seems like a great price. Instore only, buy 1 get 2 free! Works out at less than 70p per sq/m, ideal to top up if you've already got some, or if like me you want to insulate between the rafters for a "warm loft". Also available in 170mm thickness.
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buy one get 2 free sounds good but the price of thirty quid for a roll of underlay is daft. although saying that i'm only comparing coz we sorted all out when b&q did the rolls for £3. also at only 100mm thick youll need 3 layers to get up to thickness.
I agree, B&Q deal was great, but these rolls are huge. I've often seen them BOGOF, but BOGTF seems good to me. Less than 30 quid for over 42sq/m, cheaper than a takeaway!
"Easy to divide"

Does this mean that the rolls have to be cut to fit normal joist spacing or am I missing something?
I should've included Size: 1160 x 12180 x 100mm

So yes, if you wish to lay them between joists you will need to split them. However, good practice appears to be to lay them across the joists, thereby keeping them on the "warm" side, preventing possible pattern staining to the ceiling below. Only trouble with this would be not covering any wiring, although light circuits are generally considered OK.
"Easy to divide"

Does this mean that the rolls have to be cut to fit normal joist spacing or am I missing something?

I bought some last year and laid them over some existing stuff. They come with pre semi cut lines in them that make it easy to cut, I used a big kitchen knife. So it's slower than buying the small right size rolls, but I would have ended up cutting them anyway to fit round roof support upright beams, then when I had some left over I just rolled it over the entire lot with out cutting it at all. The time consuming part was lifting up wiring that dh had painstakingly clipped to rafters years ago.

we wouldn't have been eligible for one of the subsidised deals because when I phoned up they said you had to remove flooring boards in the loft. Well, no way was I doing that, they protect against someones big foot going throught the ceiling (again) apart from the hassle so I laid the top up deep stuff over the boards. It works! When it snowed the topped up loft was white on the tiles outside and the non topped up loft was melted.
Why the picture of an AA battery? :w00t:
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