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Werner Aluminium Loft Ladder 3 Section - £50.58 with code delivered @ Toolstation eBay
TODAYTODAYPosted 14 h, 48 m agoPosted 14 h, 48 m ago
8% savings on a good brnad ladder with code (y) The sturdy and practical 3 Section Aluminium Loft Ladder is a perfect loft-access solution, extending from three overlapping sec… Read more

What makes it worth the extra?


If you are going to use it regularly, well worth the extra ( yes I know double the cost and harder to fit) for a timber loft ladder. Give it some consideration...

XTend+Climb Pro Series Telescopic Ladder 3.2m - £139.98
Posted 2nd MayPosted 2nd May
A versatile telescopic ladder. Extends to 3.2m (10.5 feet) Retracting to 86cm (34 inches). Strong durable and easy to use. • New Lightning Latch • New locking built-in wide stabili… Read more

Agree, often cheaper than Screwfix for non branded kit, but worse quality.


Anyone interested in a extendable ladder should use UK 🐫 site and add an alert to email when price is what you want to pay. I do it with most things DIY.


Not kidding you: I almost did when I had to climb up to my first floor window to get back in home, after forgetting the door keys! (Very valuable lesson learnt there about checking keys before slamming door shut!) as I said you wouldn’t want to do that frequently. It’s acceptable for emergency use like the above. the flexing is actually more on the telescopic sections because, by its very design, each section cannot be long, so there will be afew degrees of flex when you have a persons weight on it when propped up at the 1:4 ratio (1m horizontal from wall for every 4m height


The hinge point looks worrying - I'd brick myself if it started to flex


I’ve got one of these telescopic ladders, at 5m from a cheap supplier on Amazon about £80 back then, now ticked up in priced to £100 Doesn’t claim to be “aerospace grade aluminium” as per model here, but it works and is amazing to store it in a small garden storage. I use it most as A-ladder style. The steps are rather narrow, so you won’t enjoy using them with thin soles shoes as it’ll dig into feet soon. when used as a long ladder, there’s ALOT of flex and sometimes it can get scary climbing so high! That’s just how it’s designed because of the telescopic concept. It’s still strong, but it would never compare to those who have to use ladders regularly and need that consistent reassurance

Kirkton House Folding Step Stool £3.99 (Instore from the 18th / £2.95 delivery online) @ Aldi
Posted 17th AprPosted 17th Apr
Decent price for the step stool, available in store from the 18th, or can be ordered online and free delivery when basket is over £30. Description Make life easier with the Kirk… Read more

I use this as a folding stool.


I've been trying to get one of these for a few weeks (Home Bargains near here don't sell any). I've been using it around mum's garden (to sit on) and my niece left hers behind a while, before taking it back (she uses it for beauty appointments usually). I bought a similar one from Amazon Warehouse and actually LOL-ed when it arrived as it was so tiny (it was half the size of the adult one, for kids). My brother stood on his fitting curtains and you can imagine what happened - the thing splintered into bits, he's lucky he didn't hurt himself. I still wouldn't recommend standing on the adult size/Kirkton House one, even though the instructions tell you you can. (You can also get these stools in Blue, for some reason Aldi don't have a picture of it on their website).


I don’t get why this is a deal, as others have said these are £2.99 in home bargains all year long (and £3.99 in B&M home bargains)


I bought one from Aldi the last time they had them. some of the plastic snapped off making it useless straight away. I bought the same style before from CPC Farnell. they are solid compared to the Aldi ones.


£2.99 in Home Bargains (which for me is next door to Aldi). But still a good deal at Aldi.

Abru 2 Section Aluminium Loft Ladder £40 (free click and collect) @ Argos
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Posted 14th AprPosted 14th Apr
Abru 2 Section Loft Ladder reduced by £10 to £40 at Argos, with free collection to local store. Decent reviews and from what I can see is selling for £45+ at other retailers. 5 yea… Read more

some are made that way nothing better to do in life but ...


If its just a normal lift up and slide over out of the way type hatch then what I did was use a few bits of timber acting as spacers to raise the ladder up a few inches from the joist. That gave me enough wriggle room that meant the end of the ladder legs weren't lying on top of the hatch and by tilting the hatch as I lifted it I could open it no issue.


Install the ladder so that it is attached on the opposite side of the hatch hinges? The ladder itself would lie in the loft (away from the hatch opening)


Any tips for a lift hatch that goes up?


I'll add another point for the Screwfix one any day over the Abru one in Argos... the Screwfix one is an even better (I just changed my old 2 section for the Screwfix 3 section, one because it stores in less space in the loft) but also because it's exactly the same one that is in B&Q... BUT in B&Q it costs 60 quid!

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Mac Allister 4-Section Aluminium Folding Ladder With Platform 3.17m - £54.99 @ Scewfix
Posted 6th AprPosted 6th Apr
Back in stock for collection or delivery... So needed a flexible use ladder, that comes with a platform option & found this which is available at present from Screwfix for £5… Read more

i found it similar to other ladders main thing is the awkward shape due to the stabilizers protruding on either side.


Is this heavy compared to other similar ladders if you don't account for the flat platform pieces not all include? I got one for myself; trying to work out if to get this for my my mum who was after one, or if a more expensive one might be better if it'll be noticably lighter.


Bought this last time it was posted. Great versatile ladder/platform. Used it loads already!


Back in stock (y)


Strong but heavy and awkward

Mac Allister 4-section Aluminium Folding Ladder With Platform 3.17M £54.99 @ Screwfix
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Posted 3rd AprPosted 3rd Apr
Looks like I have to try and do some DIY this weekend (shock) So needed a flexible use ladder, that comes with a platform option & found this which is available at present fr… Read more

Ordered one, thanks a lot @LV123 !


Back in stock folks (y) @mattgarforth @AhmadK74


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OK for high ceilings or short people in platform mode. Aldi scaffold maybe better for some starting on the 4th


I'm quite tall 1.91m and found mine to be the perfect height as a platform for cutting battens etc. using a compound mitre saw. Useful as a platform but always felt a bit insecure on mine.