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Carbonzero loft insulation thickness 100mm Lenght 12.18m £3.00 at Homebase
Carbonzero loft insulation thickness 100mm Lenght 12.18m £3.00 at Homebase

Carbonzero loft insulation thickness 100mm Lenght 12.18m £3.00 at Homebase

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Knauf Carbonzone loft insulation 100mm thick, Lenght 12.18, Width 1140mm. Area 13.89, R value (m2k/w) 2.25. Thermal conductivity (W/mK) 0.044 Was marked up as £5.00 at the front of the store, but at the back was marked up at £3.00


+ The 170mm is £3.00

# Earthwool zero carbon loft insulation.
# Made from recyled glass bottles.
# Thickness: 170mm.
# Size: 7030 x 1140mm.
# Coverage: 8.01 square metres

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mod

Hi Teza511,
Can you use the report link on the right and let us know where this deal is available?
Thanks

Original Poster

Hi its at Homebase, how do i add the shop link ?

Tons available instore at Weston Super Mare today at this price. Can confirm deal.

Carbon Zero @ Homebase

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This is good stuff and it took 7 rolls to do my loft on a large 4 bedroom house. (It was £5 on offer when i bought it)

I also used another 7 rolls to make it double thickness (34cm depth in total i think now)

It is also perforated to split in either 2 or 3 sections. ( Spliting into 3 means each roll fits between the standard ceiling beams ).

TOP 5 Star Average Review rating on Homebase website.




Edited by: "alexandercooper" 7th Jan 2011

Original Poster

alexandercooper

Tons available instore at Weston Super Mare today at this price. Can … Tons available instore at Weston Super Mare today at this price. Can confirm deal.Carbon Zero @ Homebase



Thanks i just had a look & its on line aswell wish i had done my loft sooner. All nice and warm now.

Its online online to reserve for instore collection just so you know.

I fitted 7 rolls in the back of my Focus Estate, just about!

I should imagine that a normal 3 bed house should only need about 5 rolls, so £15!
Edited by: "alexandercooper" 7th Jan 2011

You can get your loft and wall cavitity done for free at the moment. we have had ours done and no we're not on benefits, its free for everyone.

lmd

You can get your loft and wall cavitity done for free at the moment. we … You can get your loft and wall cavitity done for free at the moment. we have had ours done and no we're not on benefits, its free for everyone.



I dont think thats correct nationally!

It is national

alexandercooper

I dont think thats correct nationally!

Not in London....unless you have a link?

Original Poster

Hi Imd thats good if you can get it done for free & quick, The waiting times can be over 6 months.
Edited by: "Teza511" 8th Jan 2011

This deserves to be much hotter. And I explain why:

1. It has slightly MORE coverage per roll thean the Npower rockwool. So even though you have to go get it, its similar value for money.

2. It's a quality quilt. It's thick and holds together well. I have only used a little of it so far, but it seems less itchy than rockwool and definitely less itchy than traditional glass fibre (even though this is made from bottles).

Just keep in mind 4 rolls will competely fill an average size family car.

Forgot to say when picking up grab the wool and the plastic, as the packing is slightly too thin and will split.
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