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Knauf Earthwool Loft Roll 44 Combi Cut 170mm - 4.90m²/Roll £11.94 @ Travis perkins
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Knauf Earthwool Loft Roll 44 Combi Cut 170mm - 4.90m²/Roll Also Knauf Earthwool Loft Roll 44 Combi Cut 100mm - 8.30m²/Roll priced at £11.94 Delivery is FREE on all orders from … Read more

Thank you. Ordered just in time.

veedubjai14 h, 37 m ago

Are you not suppose to leave an air gap between the top of insulation & …Are you not suppose to leave an air gap between the top of insulation & bottom of the loft board when installing loft legs? That pic on Toolstation looks like it packed to the hilt with insulation with no breathing space for air to circulate.



veedubjai14 h, 37 m ago

Are you not suppose to leave an air gap between the top of insulation & …Are you not suppose to leave an air gap between the top of insulation & bottom of the loft board when installing loft legs? That pic on Toolstation looks like it packed to the hilt with insulation with no breathing space for air to circulate.



Yes, you should leave a gap. But it all depends on how much insulation you are using and how much headroom you want above the boards.

A quick google located this comment: "The point of the gap is to remove moist air. How much you have depends on how humid your house is and how well sealed your ceiling is, so not all houses will suffer this, but water vapour moves through the plasterboard ceiling, even if there are no gaps, and will cool as it passes through the insulation. So there's a risk that it will condense on the underside of the boards, causing damp and mould, which is why the BBA and BRE insists on the air gap. It's particularly bad in the winter, when the loft is cold. I've seen plenty of cases of boards getting so sodden that both them and the insulation have to be thrown away, and where fungus/water stains the ceiling and leaks down into the room below. "

veedubjai12 h, 2 m ago

Are you not suppose to leave an air gap between the top of insulation & …Are you not suppose to leave an air gap between the top of insulation & bottom of the loft board when installing loft legs? That pic on Toolstation looks like it packed to the hilt with insulation with no breathing space for air to circulate.


You're not thinking of water tanks in the loft are you? you're not supposed to lag under those I think. I can't see why there's a problem covering the top of the insulation with boards but I could be wrong.

dashforth10 h, 13 m ago

I have used Loft Flooring Legs in my loft to raise the floor by 175mm FROM …I have used Loft Flooring Legs in my loft to raise the floor by 175mm FROM TOOLSTATION. A low cost lightweight option.


Are you not suppose to leave an air gap between the top of insulation & bottom of the loft board when installing loft legs? That pic on Toolstation looks like it packed to the hilt with insulation with no breathing space for air to circulate.

tek-monkey9 h, 30 m ago

I need to top mine up, has about 100mm up there at most. That said though …I need to top mine up, has about 100mm up there at most. That said though I'd want to board it out, whats the best/cheapest way to raise the floor to allow new insulation but also boards? Had a new loft hatch fitted and was warned that if I wanted to store up there I'd need cross beams to spread the weight, can I just put 47x100 timber up there with this in between?


I have used Loft Flooring Legs in my loft to raise the floor by 175mm FROM TOOLSTATION. A low cost lightweight option.
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littleminx_0133 m ago

Compared to the likes of Wickes who charge according to weight I still …Compared to the likes of Wickes who charge according to weight I still think this is a great deal.



As I said I hope anyone that orders has a trouble free experience, it was just to make aware the apalling CS (as I have had & according to trustpilot I am not alone) should things not go smoothly.
I also agree that the likes of wickes (who incidentally are owned by TP) charge to much for delivery.

Original Poster

Compared to the likes of Wickes who charge according to weight I still think this is a great deal.

Original Poster

I have used them for my garden project and they were great.

I do not wish to be negative about your post but my experience with TP is not good.
I ordered from them the last time they offered free delivery hotukdeals.com/dea…131 only to discover later that it is usually free delivery on orders over £50+VAT anyway.
I also wish I had seen this uk.trustpilot.com/rev….uk before ordering from them.
If you do order I hope it goes smoothly because if it does not you might be pulling your hair out.
Hive thermostat £150 Travis Perkins
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Am after a hive system I think this is a good deal?

Is this the same as the AO deal, but £30 cheaper?

Original Poster

V2 is the latest as far as I know

Is this v2 or v3

mathew19714th Oct

Check Toolstation they had Hive V1 for £60


i think they are all gone..

Original Poster

Received and fitted today.....so easy to do it yourself
Free delivery this week from Travis Perkins
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Travis are offering free delivery on everything until Sunday. We just ordered a load of slabs for our new patio (Travis have 15% off on these too) that would of cost us £30 to get … Read more

Ordered some insulation the other day, estimated delivery was October 17th online but I got a call the next day saying they could deliver it as soon as Monday. Happy days.

Also if you do your research there are certain things that TP stock that work out much cheaper than your local Shed, especially if there are offers on. On the flip side however some things from TP are extortionately priced so be careful.

I got a message saying my fence panel isn't in stock yet.

Any idea if the free postage will be honoured when it's delivered after Sunday?

Just been local, £190 dearer than getting it delivered from TP for a pallet of calibrated flags

Most local builders merchants will offer free delivery on orders around £100 and up (ours certainly does). They will also normally be MUCH cheaper than Travis (or B&Q, Wickes, etc). Give the smaller guys a chance.

Sure delivery charges are at the discretion of the manager in each branch, our local TP and Jewson both deliver for free
Rolawn Medallion Turf - £2.85 per m2 at Travis Perkins - Free Del over 85m2
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Previous post was expired so the new post as it is still available. Next cheapest is at £ 2.85 at londonlawnturf.co.uk plus £ 45 del I needed 70 m2 but ordered 86 to avail free… Read more

lfc843 m ago

the problem with this is that its a 3 week lead time and you cannot predit …the problem with this is that its a 3 week lead time and you cannot predit the weather 3 weeks in advance. wouldnt want to be laying this in the rain.


Might be a silly question but why not? Apart from getting wet while doing it.

the problem with this is that its a 3 week lead time and you cannot predit the weather 3 weeks in advance. wouldnt want to be laying this in the rain.

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Redfist3rd Sep

I'm just about to move into a new house and I need to turf the garden. Is …I'm just about to move into a new house and I need to turf the garden. Is this a good price to pay for turf and what makes this better than other turf? I haven't a clue about turf or gardening.



There are number of other brands and types of turfs depending on use. For an average household use I would prefer Rolawn or Jubilee from turfonline. 'Rolawn' is one of the old British turf suppliers normally £4+ per metre.

I'm just about to move into a new house and I need to turf the garden. Is this a good price to pay for turf and what makes this better than other turf? I haven't a clue about turf or gardening.

mastablasta7 m ago

My grass was the expensive type and it still looks and feels great now, …My grass was the expensive type and it still looks and feels great now, the sun doesn't affect the color. No more mud or ants/worms when we lay on the grass, it's dries out extremely quickly so we can go on it hours before people with regular grass and it heats up quicker too. Great for relaxing on. And amazing to have the hose out with the kids and not have to worry about puddles or mud, especially with the water slide. Wish I had purchased it years ago but I had the same incorrect views as yourself.


Yeah and I bet the price per sq metre was really high too.
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Hive 2 Active Heating with Professional Install £193.32 at Travis Perkins (usually £249)
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Hive 2 with professional install - seems to be a good price, given it's generally £249 everywhere else. Self install is obviously cheaper - but is it really that simple?

not bad considering it includes the installation though there might be a long wait. i had to return for this reason as winter was over by the time they would have got round to installing so a bit pointless.
Dulux Trade Vinyl Matt Emulsion 10L £33 @ Travis perkins
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Magnolia and Pure Brilliant White for the cheapest I've seen on the market! Bargain!

playnice40

i just bought mcphersons trade paint £17. 79 10l tubs just as good or … i just bought mcphersons trade paint £17. 79 10l tubs just as good or maybe better



​From where

i just bought mcphersons trade paint £17. 79 10l tubs just as good or maybe better

I've just used 30litres of this last week. covers extremely well. At £33 it is a good price.

Really good stuff, I find it so much better than other white paint! I paid 40 I think a few months ago
Rolawn Blended Loam Top Soil Bulk Bag 1m3 - 5% quidco too £81 @ Travis perkins
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Great deal on topsoil with free delivery. Selling for £131.40 direct from Rolawn. Just ordered a bag of this to go with some Rowlawn Turf from TP- which is also on offer. Happ… Read more

ChrisKaru

Search for my deal on the medallion turf at £2.58 a roll at TP.



F**k me that is a good price... 12 months too late for me but still happy with the quality.

tovtm

can someone tell me how this topsoil compares to other screened topsoip? … can someone tell me how this topsoil compares to other screened topsoip? or what blended loam means



I ordered 6 bags of this topsoil from TP three weeks ago. Excellent product it's well screened and looks rich with a nice ratio between sand clay and humus. I purchased medallion turf also from TP at a bargain price and my lawn looks stunning.

englands28

You will need to set up a cash account to be able to order from Travis … You will need to set up a cash account to be able to order from Travis Perkins This can be done online.Rolawn Blended Loam Topsoil is a high-quality, fertile, peat-free, organic rich, multi-purpose topsoil, which is a blend of sand, silt and clay with peat-free soil conditioner.Very light to use and much easier that top soil which can be very heavy.I did all my back garden last year 200ft long. Lovely stuff to work with and the medallion turf is the best I have ever used. Far cheaper to get a roll if bulk ordered. I think it's about £8 a roll single but over 100 turfs it's about £4 ish. ( off the top of my head )Lawn looks lovely and if you use the Scott's lawn builder it's stays nice and green.



Search for my deal on the medallion turf at £2.58 a roll at TP.

You will need to set up a cash account to be able to order from Travis Perkins This can be done online.

Rolawn Blended Loam Topsoil is a high-quality, fertile, peat-free, organic rich, multi-purpose topsoil, which is a blend of sand, silt and clay with peat-free soil conditioner.

Very light to use and much easier that top soil which can be very heavy.
I did all my back garden last year 200ft long. Lovely stuff to work with and the medallion turf is the best I have ever used. Far cheaper to get a roll if bulk ordered. I think it's about £8 a roll single but over 100 turfs it's about £4 ish. ( off the top of my head )

Lawn looks lovely and if you use the Scott's lawn builder it's stays nice and green.

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tovtm

can someone tell me how this topsoil compares to other screened topsoip? … can someone tell me how this topsoil compares to other screened topsoip? or what blended loam means


No idea yet. Will let you know on Friday when it arrives.
Travis Perkins Rolawn Medallion Turf 1m² Rolls - £2.58 per roll.
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Great deal for premium Rolawn Medallion Turf. Usually around £3.50 a roll so decent saving to be had for those who need more than 86 rolls (which is min purchase). Free delivery … Read more

cainer1

ive laid loads of lawns and tbh Rolawn Medallion is the best your going … ive laid loads of lawns and tbh Rolawn Medallion is the best your going to get around this price point,i wouldnt have anything less myself, ive never bought it through TP though, we had a local sole trader supplier



Is there anything else you'd recommend that's just as good or better? Thanks

Stupidly went for Turfonline rather than this deal to my cost.

Grass was terrible condition and about 10 badly damaged strips but they seem to be ignoring me,

Won't be using them again in a hurry

how do you create an account?

Thanks OP - Just saved me about £250. The timing on this was perfect.

hhali

do you need to be in the trade to buy from TP?


No
Amazing Value Picnic Table from Travis Perkins for £299.99
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Amazing value picnic bench (the kind you would usually find in a pub garden) on sale now at Travis Perkins. I bought this bench last week for my garden and am really impressed with… Read more
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the exact one is in makro for £189+vat... my friend used my van a few weeks ago to buy 12 of them for his pub/b&b. came flat packed but superb quality

Unless it costs a fiver it will get voted cold on here so many cheapskates.
Dulux Weathershield Masonry paint 7.5ltr £22.80 @ Travis Perkins C&C
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As above, been looking for some good quality masonry paint and this appears to be a good deal for 7.5 litres of Dulux weathershield masonry paint. Could be useful for others :) … Read more

Thank you for much for the post.Pennyfarthing.. Ordered 2

you_gotta_be_kidding

It's the same paint!!! I am no decorator but I've renovated over a dozen … It's the same paint!!! I am no decorator but I've renovated over a dozen houses and weathershield is the best paint we have found for almost anything, we even use it on garage floors.... We once bought some cellar paint (also Dulux) and it was identical in finish, consistency, etc etc, MAYBE? there are ingredient differences but we painted a 900sq ft cellar with it in white and it's not been repainted in about 8 years, no discolouring, no mould, cleans really easy, etc etc




Ahh fantastic.. this is exactly why i come to this site.. many thanks you_gotta_be_kidding will give this a go based on your review cheers ordered!

sammypants

Any idea if this is any good to use in basements? need to repaint mine … Any idea if this is any good to use in basements? need to repaint mine its already used as a room and know dulux do special cellar paint, but its £70 for 5l wonder if this has the same affect? cheers



It's the same paint!!! I am no decorator but I've renovated over a dozen houses and weathershield is the best paint we have found for almost anything, we even use it on garage floors.... We once bought some cellar paint (also Dulux) and it was identical in finish, consistency, etc etc, MAYBE? there are ingredient differences but we painted a 900sq ft cellar with it in white and it's not been repainted in about 8 years, no discolouring, no mould, cleans really easy, etc etc

If your an account holder check your discount level, mine is defaulted to 30% (up to) on most items but you can always get them down a lot more, this is coming up at £20.85 for me

Any idea if this is any good to use in basements? need to repaint mine its already used as a room and know dulux do special cellar paint, but its £70 for 5l wonder if this has the same affect? cheers
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Sikaflex EBT+ - Quality Sealant only £2.40 a tube, Click n Collect @ Travis Perkins... Pick up a tube today
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Saw this just at the right time as installing a bath, and never had anything fail using this stuff, priced £7.39 @ screwfix!! It's your 3 in 1 sealant..... Sikaflex®-EBT+ is a mul… Read more

saintscouple

Saw this just at the right time as installing a bath...


Bought 4 then went back for another 6. The woman in the shop said the offer would probably run for another week or two (till the end of month) or till stocks last.

in store as well however black best before expired 01/17 white nearly 04/17 it is the + version though
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DONT FORGET TCB

Great price. Used a few tubes of this converting my van to a camper last year. Never saw it for less than a fiver and often much more than that.
Makita DTM51Z 18v Multitool £102 @ Travis Perkins
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Makita DTM51Z 18v Multitool Been waiting on a good price on this for a while. This one with tool less blade change. 5.75% TCB works out around £96

magga

15 seconds to change the blade, 10 minutes to find the right size hex key



​not when it is stored in the base.

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MrJed

Note the quick release system here comes at the expense of the job light. … Note the quick release system here comes at the expense of the job light. Personally I would prefer to spend 15 seconds instead of 5 changing the tool and keep the light



15 seconds to change the blade, 10 minutes to find the right size hex key

MrJed

Note the quick release system here comes at the expense of the job light. … Note the quick release system here comes at the expense of the job light. Personally I would prefer to spend 15 seconds instead of 5 changing the tool and keep the light



Did not know that. Thank you. Glad I have the version with the light now.

Note the quick release system here comes at the expense of the job light. Personally I would prefer to spend 15 seconds instead of 5 changing the tool and keep the light
White Scotia for Laminate Flooring £1.76 for 2m length @ Travis & Perkins
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Can buy online and collect at store. Found white scotia best to use with laminate floor as blends better with the skirting then trying to get a scotia to match the exact colour of … Read more

solidamber

After deep scoring use a wide scraper tapped behind the skirting and wall … After deep scoring use a wide scraper tapped behind the skirting and wall and lever with the crowbar against it so not to damage the wall with the bar, (one of those wide flat bars are better if you have one), try to lever where the nails are rather than in between less chance of breaking the skirting, if the nail pulls through the wood and stays in the wall cut it off with a dremmel don't pull it out as it might bring a chunk of plaster with it (some older houses the nail is in a plug of wood between the bricks, it pulls through the plaster) , (if skirting its stuck on should be easier) its a bit of a chore but so worth it compared to beading, you can then admire a job well done.



Good advice there. Now if only I had your DIY skills

saintscouple

mine is for kitchen which is 18 years old since new, but kitchen will … mine is for kitchen which is 18 years old since new, but kitchen will have complete refurb in 4 years time.have laminate acclimatising at the moment, will prob start the job tomorrow, no much visible skirting anyhow, and have a multitool. Will try taking skirting off with a small jimmy bar i have and a Stanley knife, if it don't work out will use multitool to undercut.



After deep scoring use a wide scraper tapped behind the skirting and wall and lever with the crowbar against it so not to damage the wall with the bar, (one of those wide flat bars are better if you have one), try to lever where the nails are rather than in between less chance of breaking the skirting, if the nail pulls through the wood and stays in the wall cut it off with a dremmel don't pull it out as it might bring a chunk of plaster with it (some older houses the nail is in a plug of wood between the bricks, it pulls through the plaster) , (if skirting its stuck on should be easier) its a bit of a chore but so worth it compared to beading, you can then admire a job well done.




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If you don't have a local Travis Perkins try Toolstation... it's a little dearer, £25.10 for 10x2.4m so works out at £1.05/metre rather than £0.88p/metre but still a good price if it saves you a long drive.

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Donkii

If your skirting is old just under cut it. Scotia just doesn't look as … If your skirting is old just under cut it. Scotia just doesn't look as neat.



mine is for kitchen which is 18 years old since new, but kitchen will have complete refurb in 4 years time.
have laminate acclimatising at the moment, will prob start the job tomorrow, no much visible skirting anyhow, and have a multitool. Will try taking skirting off with a small jimmy bar i have and a Stanley knife, if it don't work out will use multitool to undercut.

If your skirting is old just under cut it. Scotia just doesn't look as neat.
Makita DMR104 DAB Site Radio 230v/ 14.4-18v £102 @ Travis Perkins
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Makita DMR104 DAB site radio Mains 230v or battery 14.4-18v £85 plus vat delivered TCB 5.75% Quidco 5.5%

Imagine leaving this on a site unattended for 5 minutes and it's gone.

You can't even take a Thermos Flask without someone pinching it.

DAB+ ?
There's no mention of it.

Also available on White.

I've had my makita DAB for 2 years now (after replacing various other radios on an almost monthly basis) and it's been absolutely faultless.
Makita 10.8v Triple Pack LCT305W £120 @ Travis Perkins
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Makita 10.8v - 1.3ah Triple Pack Drill Driver Impact Driver Torch 3 Batteries Charger and case £100+vat delivered. TCB 5.75% Quidco 5.5%

Original Poster

Anyone who has ordered this kit please note you only get 2 batteries but if you really kick off they will supply a extra battery free of charge.. good luck

Original Poster

agcard

I will confirm on battery quantities once my kit arrives..



Only 2 in box

Cheers Ian.

gsusx

can these be used for drilling holes in walls or merely for screws?


Yep not just a driver, drill is great for most day to day stuff, surprising amount of torque for the size of it. One of the best tools I've bought

can these be used for drilling holes in walls or merely for screws?
Dulux Trade Vinyl Matt Magnolia 7.5L £21.60 @ Travis & Perkins - Collect in Store
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Cheaper then the Dulux standard emulsion at this price, pay online and collect in store to avoid delivery charge, Travis and Perkins is open to both trade and public. This is the… Read more

Great deal

Dulux Trade all the way.

Better paint and better deal.
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walsall123

What is the difference between trade and non-trade and is it worth extra … What is the difference between trade and non-trade and is it worth extra for trade?


non trade is thinner (less pigment) so it's easier to put on over a longer time period.
Trade paint has more pigment which enables professionals to mix or thin it to suit their requirements. More pigment is what makes it more expensive as it goes further when thinned out.

hmmm, wonder if I'll still get 30% trade account discount on top of this???? now that would be cheap
DeWalt DCD785C2 18V Xr Li-ion Compact Hammer Drill Driver - £118.80 - Travis Perkins
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Cracking price for a cracking drill. The DeWalt DCD785C2 provides both power and comfort, ideal for long periods of use. Kit includes Drill, 2 x 1.5Ah Batteries, Charger & Kit… Read more

Top quality drill and Travis Perkins selling it at 118. Cheapest around for the model plus the 2 1.5ah batteries.. Bought it myself and will beat the makita model

Not sure why this has gone cold. It'd a good deal. The 785 is a better drill than the 776 screwfix sell for £99. It has more torque, faster rotation, it's more compact and has a belt hook. I have both so speak from experience. Plus this deal has slightly higher capacity batteries.
Have some heat! - for all the good it'll do
Engineer Inc. pz-58 'screw removal' pliers, just £12 (Travis Perkins)
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These usually sell for £17+ (I've never seen them the price this low in a UK merchant) This is a Travis Perkins IN-STORE deal but I've just go back from our local Travis Perkins b… Read more

Just bagged me a pair of these earlier this morning at Travis Perkin's Walthamstow branch (they've a few left still). Thanks OP...these really are excellent ...very useful to have in my toolbox :-).

Had a pair for years and they really do work. Wouldn't like to do without them now.

I'd be interested to know how good these are, I'm constantly coming across mixed metal installations.
sick of drilling and retapping.

I've never had a problem just grabbing them with a mole wrench but interesting product none the less.

These are available from Amazon for £13.90 inc. delivery for folk that can't get to a Travis Perkins store.

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