Not sure what thickness, but cheaper at selco 100mm 8.3m2 for £21
Brill price . Just ordered 15 rolls
Not sure what thickness, but cheaper at selco 100mm 8.3m2 for £21
Brill price . Just ordered 15 rolls
Plastic kettle, plastic taste in water. Lick the tefal brand name. Buy steel or glass kettle. Much better. Hot for toaster but not kettle
Cracking deal- ordered kettle and toaster via eBay. Thanks (y) 🏻
they say rapid boil but how fast is the boil exactly?
https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/TEFAL-Loft-KO250140-Rapid-Boil-Traditional-Kettle-Pure-White-Currys-/123216667844 10% off if through eBay - £30.60
How is it different to a ladder?
Thank you, OP. Used code 15EW19 on just the steps to bring it down to £19.54. Heat and ordered.
You're Welcome ;) :D
Fantastic deal well happy. 66 pounds in amazon just for the steps.. Thanks cheers
Give us a suggestion or two then bud?? Expert or regular fitters of loft hatches are what we need so we know when other similar deals pop up wether there's s potential bargain in the offing or its reduced because it's a pile of steaming dodo..😜 Genuine question, looking for recommendations :)
Fitted this and can say not great I have fitted a lot easier and better to be honest. I rate it about 5 out of 10 max
I think you misunderstand the point that the ceiling is the bit you see from below :) In any case, unless you are doing a full loft conversion (in which case, why are you even looking at this) or you are insulating your roof (i.e. converting to a 'warm loft') you need to include 250 to 270mm* of loft insulation in your calculation. The floor in my pictures above is laid on 175mm loft legs which raise it just enough to provide the required depth of insulation (75mm joist + 175mm leg = 250mm insulation filled void). https://www.loftleg.com/ In my case I have left the large gap between the top of the hatch frame and the floor boards open, but I could easily extend the frame up to cover the insulation if desired. *You can reduce this depth by using a sheet insulation like Celotex or Kingspan, but this works out expensive and has a bit of a reputation issue after Grenfell Tower.
I think you misunderstand the point. The 115mm is plaster, timber joist & clearance to allow for the new floor board so roughly. 75mm joist 18mm clearance 20mm lath & plaster
As a lifelong carpenter (now retired) I would like to add some input. I would guess a proper quote (not estimate) would be around £150 unless it is London. To fit then the following has to happen. 1. Assuming the dimensions needed are 900mm x 600mm for example, adjust frame cutting & inserting 3"x2" timber to 903mm x 603mm internal size. (the 3mm extra is for squaring & tolerance) 2. When enlarging the aperture, carefully cut through the lath & plaster with a saw at a low angle to prevent breakout. 3. When you have made the adjustments, measure diagonally across to ensure that the dimensions are exactly the same, if not tweak the frame using packers to bring it into square. 4. Spin the metal clips and drop the stairs in place ( a spare pair of hands is useful at this point) the bottom edge should be exactly level with the ceiling. 5, When happy fix the unit in place, then fit architrave to complete the job 6. The top edge should be 18mm above the existing ceiling rafter to accommodate the new flooring. ps This is usually quite a messy job so make sure enough dust sheets are put down. With a bit of care any competent diy er should be ok with this. (not checked but I would suggest looking on youtube)
Having had it fitted yesterday I can safely say I'm quite impressed.. unfortunately mine had obviously been dropped in transit so had a bent paid of arms bug not enough to prevent if getting fitted and I'll happily replace the arms when they send me the replacements .....which was one of the distinguishing factors for me ...plus being stored directly aBove the hatch means you don't need to know the exact surroundings of the area or whether a traditional fold over up and slide would foul something... Nice rubber mounted wide treads ! A little flex when first alighting the ladder... But soon feels find and 'normal'...
Nice one mate!! That's looking very promising. I need an indoor project with all this rain!! Thanks for taking the time.
I know this is " Holy thread ressurection Batman"..... But there are numerous models available if you look in the right place :) try https://www.laddersandscaffoldtowers.co.uk/acatalog/Concertina-Loft-Ladders.html?gclid=Cj0KCQjwov3nBRDFARIsANgsdoFijPRYnsnzwySuRJhrl2AAsOHUN5PRrSUDOd0ghJcha0RoCEjePgsaAu0VEALw_wcB for a start :) Most types are available in a height to more than cater for your ceilings ;) Hth.
Would love one but most if not all loft ladders I've come across are max 3m and my ceilings are just over the 10ft. The search continues....
Time for a trip to Curry's for a test drive.
It's one of those foot apply handbrakes.
Im confused as to what the far right lever is for, so its clutch, brake, accelerator and? Them levers are huuuge
Great deal. Purchased,
Saw the silver over the weekend, slightly different model Tefal Maison, same price. Heat OP for posting the deal.Ours is on its last legs, Tefal Avanti, after 16 years of service.
I've got this table. Looks really nice. Looks like it's from Ikea.
Lol, typo....I wouldn't pay £30. We bought two, the first one broke before it was put together hahaha...tbh, la Redoute furniuture isn't crap too.
You must really like cheap MDF.
Yep, saw them yesterday in store in my local HB.
You are most welcome 🙏
I think so and they usually do as its not online exclusive.
Only 2 left in stock now as well
The connect system looks ace as well, see the videos online!
I've ended up getting this as well, £131 is a joke for how much club this is. Selling at £200+ elsewhere
Really good deal on a great club. Ordered one for myself (y) Thanks 😁
I've finally got round to collecting mine tonight and it says max weight 150kg on the packaging. Not sure if they've made a mistake and given me the more expensive model but means I don't have to worry about how many mince pies I eat this Christmas now!
Says the product can't be found?
Awaiting to buy this item. Nice post. Tx
Young man....there's no need to fall down
Thank you! Just what I was after.
I don't think you can help yourself can you.When your in a hole stop digging yourself deeper in it.https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/solwayrecycling.co.uk
So did I say this is the 3rd coop I have purchased? If I post this deal again in another few months and mention that I have purchased one of these coops a few years ago that does not mean I have purchased another one, I am referring to the one I have purchased and the one I have added a photo of In the post.
No not every time. just three times out of the five times you posted it according to your own words. https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/solwayrecycling.co.uk
Just because I have listed it a few times does not mean I purchased one every time.
According to yourself you bought quite a few over a period of time. https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/solwayrecycling.co.uk
thanks for expiring mods (highfive)
Haha I no but we were talking about that RRP some poor suckers gonna pay £90 for that its tiny aswell I always find the best quilts at Costco I can't stop buying them
manc its not 90 its 23.98 do you need my glasses :/ :/
That's all well and good but I'm saying its no way near £90s worth I didn't need corroboration lol rip off for £90 that
not me matti.i doubt anyone has.take the plunge,if it is not to your liking just send it back. (cheeky)
Has anybody bought this before ?
Thanks. If you get 4 or more rolls it works out £12 inc. VAT a roll. Same price for 170mm thickness for less coverage
You got 100 million internet points for being brave enough to admit it, good one :)
Both 8.3m2. How’s it less
also called slab as in the third item in the title
Asked in store about the expiry date on this - told it'll be on until February.
Try contacting Warm Wales: https://www.warmwales.org.uk/
Abuse is fine if the being isn’t your pet? :/ Death can take days with glue traps. It’s extremely cruel. If you insist on using lethal methods they should at least guarantee a quick death.
You're just confirming what i said. Finding it useful or effective or whatever doesn't change what the other guy said: it's barbaric. There's humane alternatives that are no less effective. That's what makes it barbaric: actively choosing the method that causes the most suffering.
Depends on the context. You would rather prefer infestation? Rats & mice can carry virus & diseases through urine who wouldn't care about your morals than to breed. I guess your health isn't important to you then?
should be any..its a generic code I found...I used it on the 6 pillows fine found it here https://www.myvouchercodes.co.uk/groupon#reveal:28fKWSWLQAw:1
Is that off the 4 deal or the 6 deal do you know @potnoodle worldcup
FSFSPL5Z code for extra 20% off
I've ordered the 6. Hopefully they're ok for the money!
the words Quality and Groupon just don't seem to go together. We got 4 John Lewis pillows for £25 which was half price or thereabouts. We bought them a year ago and are still as plump and soft as they day we bought them
A quick look shows you can get 200thick at 4830x114mm for £14.50 ea. Bear in mind that was in oct last year but over those few months, many deals around that price were about.
When I did nt whole loft, I calculated in a table the £/m3 of insulation, then you have a truely relative number to compare to each other. I'll see if I can dig it out and post if anyone is interested.
Back to £13.95 now
7 years ago.
Was that when Princess Diana got married to Charles
Those Roman clock makers were way ahead of their time...(flirt) Got to laugh at the RRP on these... £175? Yeah right!(shock) (y)
Roman Numeral face hahahaha (highfive)
Bugger, missed it. Anyone know anywhere else a similar price?
No. The lockable variant is the GL251
Can this be locked?
Prefer apple version, twice as much for sure... Half as good but cool logo in the hatch cover! Worth the extra obviously! Good find OP. Thanks
Just fitted mine. The biggest job was getting the old hatch out as it was bonded in with mastic all the way around. It's only a 15 minute job to fit then. A few ratchet clamps are handy to hold it in place, centre it and drill pilot holes. Nice big outer frame to hide any mess from the original. The sealing strip is quite close to the inside and even though I have 600mm centre joists I still have 10mm gap down the lengths either side, which means the seal isn't pulled to the ceiling on those sides. Might stuff some foam down the gap.
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