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hi all just a heads up for anybody who missed the £1 a roll deal last month i work at build center who run the scheme and the offer is going to be on again in november probably next week some time… Read More
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7y, 8m agoPosted 7 years, 8 months ago
hi all just a heads up for anybody who missed the £1 a roll deal last month

i work at build center who run the scheme and the offer is going to be on again in november probably next week some time (npower wanted it last week but we are only just catching up with deliveries)

any the deal is

you get up to 29 rolls of 170mm rockwool and 17 rolls of 100mm rockwool 200 m2)

+ gloves mask and goggles £1 per roll inc vat and delivery

oh and you can order more if you have or have access to more than one address as a few of our customers have :)

everybody should be able to get it as we deliver as far as minehead crediton and bude from our branch
ill post in deals when it goes live

oh and for you ecco nutters this is eco frindly made from volcanic rock and has some of the best u values ,sound deadening and fire retarding properties :)
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7y, 8m agoPosted 7 years, 8 months ago
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#1
here is a branch finder to help out http://www.buildcenter.co.uk/branches/near

btw make sure you have long sleeves etc as this stuff is mega itchy
banned#2
thanks for this, i know i have seen a few threads from people saying they missed it :thumbsup:
#3
sassie;6743094
thanks for this, i know i have seen a few threads from people saying they missed it :thumbsup:

it's all very hush hush at the moment but it is deffo iminent

we sold 4500 rolls in 2 days and are only just catching up
telford sold the most in our region so you shoud be ok sassie
we get told the day before it starts so ill post as soon as i know :)
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mini0ne
it's all very hush hush at the moment but it is deffo iminent

we sold 4500 rolls in 2 days and are only just catching up
telford sold the most in our region so you shoud be ok sassie
we get told the day before it starts so ill post as soon as i know :)


i dont think i need anymore in my loft, its over flowing, mind i dont know what the recommended level is now, but aint going to look, i hate the attic, last time i went up there i was to frightened to get back down :oops:
#5
cool I will keep my eyes out here then, nice deal, so anyone here know much about putting it in, as I want it in the eves of the loft and i have heard you have to keep it 5cm away from roof titles but how you meant to stop it, could i staple thick plastic sheeting 5cm away and then lay this on top and then cover it with something else to stop it falling out? if that makes sence? lol
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Chuckles1001;6744128
cool I will keep my eyes out here then, nice deal, so anyone here know much about putting it in, as I want it in the eves of the loft and i have heard you have to keep it 5cm away from roof titles but how you meant to stop it, could i staple thick plastic sheeting 5cm away and then lay this on top and then cover it with something else to stop it falling out? if that makes sence? lol

rockwool flexi would be better for that as it's designed to compress inbetween joists and hold without sagging but that's not on offer im afraid
tri iso super 10 is also good it's a space age material about 1/2 (12mm) inch thick but gives the same insulation as 8 inch (200mm) convenstional insulation and can be stapled to rafters etc
expensive though C £150 + vat for 20m2
#7
We got the original deal and its brilliant. My OH has finished loft now and reckons we saved an absolute fortune
#8
mini0ne
rockwool flexi would be better for that as it's designed to compress inbetween joists and hold without sagging but that's not on offer im afraid
tri iso super 10 is also good it's a space age material about 1/2 (12mm) inch thick but gives the same insulation as 8 inch (200mm) convenstional insulation and can be stapled to rafters etc
expensive though C £150 + vat for 20m2


Rep ledfted :)
Would my Idea not work then? I have some very thick plastic sheeting, i was going to staple that 5cm away form the roof tiles and then put this up with help from a friend and then staple some more plastic over the joists to hold it in. Thanks for your help as I am on a very tight budget and have this thick plastic sheeting laying about and cant have cavity wall insulation as i dont have cavities :(.
Also 1 last question i already have insulation on the floor of my loft is this worth keeping down when i put insulation between the eves? some people say you should take it out so the roof insulation holds the heat in others say separte them lol
#9
Wow this is some deal. Really hope I don't miss it. I'm going to have to sit on the computer 24-7 for next week or so, so that I can get in on the act.
#10
Chuckles1001
Rep ledfted :)
Would my Idea not work then? I have some very thick plastic sheeting, i was going to staple that 5cm away form the roof tiles and then put this up with help from a friend and then staple some more plastic over the joists to hold it in. Thanks for your help as I am on a very tight budget and have this thick plastic sheeting laying about and cant have cavity wall insulation as i dont have cavities :(.
Also 1 last question i already have insulation on the floor of my loft is this worth keeping down when i put insulation between the eves? some people say you should take it out so the roof insulation holds the heat in others say separte them lol


I assume you have a loft extension?

I'm extending into mine at the moment. I've not put any insulation in the floor as I want the heat to rise into there, but I'm going to put insulation in the ceiling of the loft.

Not sure about keeping it away from the tiles. I was just going to do the plastic sheet type thing you said but not expand out the insulation so much so it doesn't get too near the tiles. I think I'm right in that you have to fluff this stuff out? It starts very compressed and you have to expand it?
#11
Benjimoron
I assume you have a loft extension?

I'm extending into mine at the moment. I've not put any insulation in the floor as I want the heat to rise into there, but I'm going to put insulation in the ceiling of the loft.

Not sure about keeping it away from the tiles. I was just going to do the plastic sheet type thing you said but not expand out the insulation so much so it doesn't get too near the tiles. I think I'm right in that you have to fluff this stuff out? It starts very compressed and you have to expand it?


No loft extenstion for me, I have a normal 3 bedroom house, and it has insulation in between the joists and over them going the other direction, so i dont have any loft space for storage.
I would like to take the insulation up that goes over the joists and keep the stuff that goes between them, then I can lay loft flooring in there so i can store stuff up there.

You are meant to keep the insulation 5cm away from titles as it can go moldy and root if you dont have the airflow between the titles and insolution. If you put insulation in the eves without keeping it away, i can just see this sagging onto the tites and that would be bad as you would not be able to see what to fix unless you take it all down, so hopefully someone can tell me if my idea would be ok lol
#12
sassie
i dont think i need anymore in my loft, its over flowing, mind i dont know what the recommended level is now, but aint going to look, i hate the attic, last time i went up there i was to frightened to get back down :oops:


So are you goona come down now? come on, you've been up there a week now!
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Chuckles1001
No loft extenstion for me, I have a normal 3 bedroom house, and it has insulation in between the joists and over them going the other direction, so i dont have any loft space for storage.
I would like to take the insulation up that goes over the joists and keep the stuff that goes between them, then I can lay loft flooring in there so i can store stuff up there.

You are meant to keep the insulation 5cm away from titles as it can go moldy and root if you dont have the airflow between the titles and insolution. If you put insulation in the eves without keeping it away, i can just see this sagging onto the tites and that would be bad as you would not be able to see what to fix unless you take it all down, so hopefully someone can tell me if my idea would be ok lol


Just doing mine, gonna try to keep it away from the tiles. I'm not going to hold it back with anything but I can't see how it would move upwards towards the tiles without someone physically moving it.

Unless it expands itself over time??



p.s I've got black material covering the tiles so maybe that's enough to stop it getting wet? Or do you need a big gap before that>

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