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KNAUF EKO ROLL LOFT INSULATION, (L)4.83M (W)1.14 M (T)200MM Price Mix and match - Buy any 3 or more for £14.50 each. Discount applied at checkout @ B&Q
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PRODUCT DETAILSProduct InformationThis Loft insulation;is one of 3 pack sizes available from Eko Roll, this roll measures (L)4.83m (W)1400mm (T)200mm and provides excellent thermal… Read more
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Besides putting a carpet and underlay over bare floorboards on the first floor, any possibility of something light under the floorboards for sound and heat insulation?
I think I know where my neighbours TV is below me.
I did my loft late last year with this stuff (they had the same offer back then), easy to uses as it is pre cut and wasn't really itchy.
Bought 3 of these, great stuff - only needed 2 though so returned one and got refunded £14.50 - so you can technically get 2 for £29 rather than the usual £32.
These are on reduced to clear @ Homebase
2 Section 10 Tread sliding Loft Ladder £29.70 w/code @ B&Q
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Good price, use code 10LADDER at checkout for R&C Maximum height - 2.69 m Loft Ladder, fixings, Universal stowing pole Guarantee - 1 year Features and Benefits Non-… Read more
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psd997 h, 18 m ago

How competent do you have to be to fit this ladder? I recently got one …How competent do you have to be to fit this ladder? I recently got one from LIDL and i read the instructions and it was like so difficultAnd probably have taken me like 1 whole day to fitThere were so many screws parts etc So i decided to return it in the endMy loft opens upwards anyway so i would need to change that to begin withHow hard is this ladder to put together?


Ask your husband to do it.
DuncanMiller9 h, 20 m ago

maybe a stupid question - but does anyone have any idea where I can buy a …maybe a stupid question - but does anyone have any idea where I can buy a loft hatch pole?Moved house last year and due to high ceilings I have to get step ladders out to open loft hatch and be able to reach the loft ladder and pull it down.For some reason I just can't find anywhere that sells these without having to buy the whole ladder assembly too (which seems like a massive waste)


Check Ebay. A friend got one about 1.2m long for under £15
danflorin33 h, 54 m ago

Can be used outside too? I need to reach a hight of 4.50M..or is a proper …Can be used outside too? I need to reach a hight of 4.50M..or is a proper one under 50£ ???


Seen as this only goes to 2.69m I’m going to go with a no.
iGlad6 h, 10 m ago

No hand rail so it’s cold from me


No sense here. So cold from me to you.
Loft Range Oak Effect Finish Computer/Laptop Desk £34.99 on Home Bargains
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Found 13th FebFound 13th Feb
Loft Range Oak Effect Finish Computer/Laptop Desk on Homebargains.co.uk Original RRP is 89.99 but it has been reduced to 34.99 and its a great bargain price
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sam_of_london18 h, 43 m ago

Good Price , but does not have pull out keyboard tray. I find the …Good Price , but does not have pull out keyboard tray. I find the keyboard tray and full keyboard very handy even when using my keyboard.


It’s just for the laptops as the picture highlights!
Nice-looking desk and a really good price. Is it proper veneer/vinyl though, or just paper? It makes all the difference
Good Price , but does not have pull out keyboard tray. I find the keyboard tray and full keyboard very handy even when using my keyboard.
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 13th Feb
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thanks
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Nice find for £35 - heat from me
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B&Q Knauf Loft Insulation Mix & Match Thickness £21 /  £14.50 each when you buy three or more.
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Back on - you need to buy 3 or more (any thickness - mix and match) but then the price of each one drops to £14.50. Good value especially on the 200mm.
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Blimey, I'm glad I got loads of the Knauf space blanket insulation (covered in mica foil) a few years ago for £5 a roll... those crazy days where energy supplies were subsidising every conceivable green energy saving device, CF lightbulbs for 10p each and such like.
This seems like a decent deal though.
luvsadealdealdeal18 m ago

probably not for a garden shed


Well yeah, thats why I made a general comment, instead of replying to you...
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urmum1 m ago

Worth remembering..."Some energy providers are lowering the criteria for …Worth remembering..."Some energy providers are lowering the criteria for eligibility as they struggle to meet the targets. This means that most householders are now able to obtain free insulation measures."http://www.government-grants.co.uk/free-insulation


probably not for a garden shed
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"Some energy providers are lowering the criteria for eligibility as they struggle to meet the targets. This means that most householders are now able to obtain free insulation measures."
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splatsplatsplat4 m ago

Would this be ok to use in a shed?


sure

do you mean behind (say) plywood on battens etc, walls & ceiling? would work well

NB also available in the great Homebase sell-off, about £11/ roll
2 Section 10 Tread Sliding Loft Ladder £33 @ B&Q (Free C&C) - Cyber Monday Deal
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Down for Cyber Monday, they look like the Abru ones that are £49.99 atm on Argos (same image at least) Nice basic set of ladders for not much money, certainly beats their last pric… Read more
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Cheers for this OP,been wanting a cheap one for a while now.. Grabbed last one in my local... Had to show them the deal on tradepoint site to get it for £33...they insisted it should have been £38.. Nice one, thanks
philip444427th Nov

No,4milk crates will do


Maybe only 3 if you're tall
ScampiLamp4 h, 9 m ago

Do you need a seperate ladder to install these?


No,4milk crates will do
RedRain3 h, 35 m ago

Mine hatch is a plus up could i still use this


When following the instructions the ladder will probably overlap the hatch too much to push up the lid. I think the instructions said to mark at 30cm's I measured at 20cm's and this gives me enough room to push up the lid up into the loft space.

It does feel light weight (some might say cheap), but this makes it easy to push back into the loft and my 6'3" son hasn't broken it yet, and he's good at breaking stuff as he's quite heavy handed
hearts2 h, 22 m ago

Hi I have the same problem with the Hatch going inward. Where did you buy …Hi I have the same problem with the Hatch going inward. Where did you buy the custom made one?Thanks


I used jupiterblue.co.uk/lof…204
I chose the 50mm frame option to hide any damage from taking off the old wooden trim. I emailed them a couple of times before I ordered and they were really helpful.
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
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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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2 Section 10 Tread sliding loft ladder £38 (Free C&C) @ B&Q
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Liking the price of these, they look identical to the Abru ones that Argos have at £44.99 at the moment. It's £5 extra for delivery, making it £43, which is still £1.99 less than C… Read more
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linhang9014th Oct

Says u posted the pic in previous comment. "Its only funny until someone …Says u posted the pic in previous comment. "Its only funny until someone gets hurt then its frikkin hilarious".. Im sorry whos hurt now? Lol. I was only stating a point,u had to be an arse posting the pic acting like ur smart. Im nice if ur nice. If ur gonna be nasty i'll be nasty too. Have u always used things for the intended purpose in ur entire life? Not even once have u not? If u've already got some vinegar that will remove a stain but doesnt work as well as a detergent,just requires more scrubbing..then why waste money buying detergent when u will achieve the same with vinegar. Ok im stupid for not buying the correct type of ladder when i simply just needed a cheap one and will be putting it away for collecting dust after one or two uses. I can say vinegar's crap for the job, i can say when i stand on top of the loft ladder it feels cheap&wobbly,just like u can call me stupid too. And call anyone that uses vinegar for non cooking related things stupid. Call those who speed in inexpensive cars stupid for not doing it in a lamborghini. Keep judging


Have you been drinking the vinegar?
Ranting on (sadly for some) doesn't increase your intellect or common sense.
Edited by: "shadey12" 18th Oct 2017
Says u posted the pic in previous comment. "Its only funny until someone gets hurt then its frikkin hilarious".. Im sorry whos hurt now? Lol. I was only stating a point,u had to be an arse posting the pic acting like ur smart. Im nice if ur nice. If ur gonna be nasty i'll be nasty too. Have u always used things for the intended purpose in ur entire life? Not even once have u not? If u've already got some vinegar that will remove a stain but doesnt work as well as a detergent,just requires more scrubbing..then why waste money buying detergent when u will achieve the same with vinegar. Ok im stupid for not buying the correct type of ladder when i simply just needed a cheap one and will be putting it away for collecting dust after one or two uses. I can say vinegar's crap for the job, i can say when i stand on top of the loft ladder it feels cheap&wobbly,just like u can call me stupid too. And call anyone that uses vinegar for non cooking related things stupid. Call those who speed in inexpensive cars stupid for not doing it in a lamborghini. Keep judging
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linhang9019 h, 34 m ago

I was also stating that regardless what i used it for,there's still the …I was also stating that regardless what i used it for,there's still the fact that when u stand on top,its very wobbly and feels cheap. On the note of using things for correct purpose, tell ur bf that his backside is for passing excrements..not for your fun. Hilarious enough?


Wow, Your ability for being stupid (and posting idiotic comments) is only matched by your immaturity in throwing playground insults,
Grow up.
Anyone got a link to a wooden one?
shadey128 h, 25 m ago

Same could be said for a lot of tools, I wouldn't for example buy rubber …Same could be said for a lot of tools, I wouldn't for example buy rubber gloves to work with uninsulated tools because I couldn't afford decent insulated tools.[Image]

I was also stating that regardless what i used it for,there's still the fact that when u stand on top,its very wobbly and feels cheap. On the note of using things for correct purpose, tell ur bf that his backside is for passing excrements..not for your fun. Hilarious enough?
B&Q Knauf Loft Insulation Mix & Match £14.50 when you buy three
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Another one from the 'grapevine'. Knauf Eko roll loft insulation at £14.50 if you buy 3 but the price applies across all 3 sizes so you can mix and match. Looks like it's working o… Read more
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1616french17th Sep

Anybody in the know have any sort of idea how many rolls i'd need to …Anybody in the know have any sort of idea how many rolls i'd need to insulate a standard garage roof as thinking about making my garage into a room.



No such thing as a standard garage so you'd need the width x the length to get the area, then for building regs you'd need minimum depth of 270mm. If it's a cold roof you'll need to leave 50mm for ventilation. Your joists will not be that big so you'll need to use PIR or fill them with rockwool and then use insulated plaster board.
Edited by: "TomF" 19th Sep 2017
It's 14.99 at Wickes for the 100mm, minimum is one roll. Not cheaper but if you go on Mondays it's 12.75 any other day 13.39 with discount.
But for the bigger thicnkesses this is a good price.
Edited by: "TomF" 18th Sep 2017
andrew_marsh13 h, 50 m ago

You would really need insulation board to meet the u-value to satisfy …You would really need insulation board to meet the u-value to satisfy building regulations.



andrew_marsh13 h, 50 m ago

You would really need insulation board to meet the u-value to satisfy …You would really need insulation board to meet the u-value to satisfy building regulations.



Be careful if external garage might have a problem with damp , see... locostbuilders.co.uk/vie…755
Has this item a further discount using the trade card?
notos6 h, 38 m ago

Do you mean for installing under the floor above a void? If so, you'd need …Do you mean for installing under the floor above a void? If so, you'd need some kind of fabric to staple between the joists and allow this stuff to rest inside. I looked at doing this but in the end went for solid insulation boards that I cut to fit between the joists.


Yes, the idea is to fit this in beween the joists from the crawling space and hold tbem with netting.
Youngman Easiway Aluminium 3-Section Loft Ladder £53.45 @ Amazon
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The aluminium Easiway has three sliding sections and a handrail for added safety when in use. Designed for occasional use in the home, this quality loft ladder is easy to use and s… Read more
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Received mine yesterday but yet to fit, neat design and look forward to using rather than trudging the normal ladder through the house to access the loft.
Got this today, fitted it already. I'm very happy, thanks. I should have got one years ago. It is not heavy duty but sturdy enough for the occasional use it will get. It's a neat design.
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whohasmyname

Does anyone know if this must be secured into the loft in order to use it?


It will need securing at somepoint in the loft or it will just fall down like a normal ladder would, there should be 2 slide arms on either side that would suit.
Does anyone know if this must be secured into the loft in order to use it?
Great price..

Duty rating 100kg / 15.7 Stones

So be careful if planning to carry anything heavy or if you weight more than this!
Knauf 100mm Loft Insulation £15.99 for 11.08m2 @ Wickes
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Was just commenting on another deal about EkoRoll insulation at B&Q (and looking for the Wickes "own" brand stuff that works out slightly cheaper) and came across this. I haven… Read more
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Would this not be cheaper from a builders yard?
Good price. It's great to work with. No real mess either.
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leelee6781

*Knauf

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Loft Conversion Project Guide Free eBook download from publisher constructionproducts.org.uk £28.45 @ Amazon
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I stumbled upon this while looking for information about the book before deciding on whether or not to buy from Amazon - obviously I decided not to buy and downloaded it for free i… Read more
Note to self, download when I get home.
Excellent find
cheers ,
Great find... Covers all of the possibilities when considering a loft conversion.
3m Loft Ladder for £39.99 @ Maplin
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Pull-down loft ladder offers convenient and easy access to your loft through ceiling hatches Suitable for heights up to 3m Non-slip rungs ensure a safe and comfortable climb Univer… Read more
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I bought one last year and really rate it. The woman in the flat upstairs doesn't, if the truth be known.
Maplin's customer reviews don't look too clever for this item.
FREE loft or cavity wall insulation with Tesco / EDF
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EDF and Tesco are giving free cavity wall & loft insulation to ALL with suitable homes (not just its customers). And now those who get pension credit, or get child tax credit… Read more
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Having mine fitted right now...
heard 1 person got damp walls after installing this so my advice, if its not broken dont fix it

Edit i think this only happens when a certain type of cavity wall insulation is used Rockwool and possibly others, so check up.
Edited by: "MR1123" 11th Jan 2012
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suitability is if theres a loft hatch and that sort of thing. i grilled the guy when he came to do mine.
i receive nobenefits of any kind. they came and did mine for free, didnt even cost me a cup of tea
i have someone coming to assess my loft next tuesday and it does say free for everyone on their website,
"The free insulation offer is subject to a suitability assessment and limited funding."
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no it doesnt. its for everyone.
if your on benefits you get 100 quuid to throw on the horses too
Knauf Saver Value Triple Loft Insulation 200mm £1.50 @ B & Q Until 31/10
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As previous £3.00 deal but now £1.50 until 31st Oct. Sorry in store only. Could be nation wide they had printed offer at till not on rolls, so ask? Spoke to store they said the of… Read more
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sinjin_smythe

Checked in Derry store and took one to checkout, it was scanning at £8 a … Checked in Derry store and took one to checkout, it was scanning at £8 a roll. Probably not available in Northern Ireland at these prices. Cant complain though I got a batch at £3 a roll a few weeks ago



This is correct, here in NI we are not included in this deal as we are not apart of thr CERT scheme which subsidises the price of the insulation in GB.
either way you can have heat :-) and hope someone else gets use of it. if it is only your area. im not a hater :-P
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I'll see if I can check if it's store/area or clerical error tomorrow.
checked with local stoke store and they said this isnt nationwide they have no offers on. They checked local midlands stores and they also say price is stil £3 so they said this must be store specific and said they would check any store i like. shame im tempted to wait after seeing this but im after 12 rolls also :-) so nice saving if this is anywhere
Checked in Derry store and took one to checkout, it was scanning at £8 a roll. Probably not available in Northern Ireland at these prices. Cant complain though I got a batch at £3 a roll a few weeks ago
Free loft and cavity wall insulation, hot water tank jacket and four energy saving bulbs for PowerNI customers (northern ireland only subject to terms below)
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We will give you free loft and/or cavity wall insulation for your home which will significantly reduce your heating bills. Insulating your loft could save you up to £150 per year o… Read more
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Great just in time for winter

mmckinley

Cheers for the heads up on this buddy! Got my free loft insulation … Cheers for the heads up on this buddy! Got my free loft insulation today!! Well chuffed! Many thanks.


Cheers for the heads up on this buddy! Got my free loft insulation today!! Well chuffed! Many thanks.
70% off Space Blanket Loft Insulation - £3.59 Per Roll @ B&Q
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Space Blanket is encapsulated glass mineral wool loft insulation. Virtually "itch free", it will form a barrier preventing heat loss, and so reduce the cost of heating/cooling your… Read more
j8ulia

yes thats what I've done, its only really meant as a top up of your … yes thats what I've done, its only really meant as a top up of your existing insulation. Really easy to lay, i got mine when the triple pack of this was on here a few weeks ago for about £1.70! so look out if they've got any of that left.



Cheers for info, will give it a go.
yes thats what I've done, its only really meant as a top up of your existing insulation. Really easy to lay, i got mine when the triple pack of this was on here a few weeks ago for about £1.70! so look out if they've got any of that left.
Can you lay this on top of boards, I don't fancy taking all the boards up

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Brilliant stuff, was lucky enough to get the 'king size' 3 roll pack on clearance offer at my local B&Q a short while ago. You only need to cut through the outer wrapper with scissors or a sharp knife to separate rolls as required.
Aluminium Telescopic Multi Function Ladders New 3.85m £59.99 del @ Planet Gizmo (ebay)
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This fantastic telescopic ladder is highly versatile as can be used for many tasks at both a home or work environment. It is lightweight, compact, strong and has been proven to be … Read more
Not for kids or the faint hearted!
some better deals and ladders on ebay.... LJ
third that ... could easy get your fingers in a pickle with this ... no matter how much you use it (not very intuitive!)
Geemac

Mind your fingers with this



I second that comment, we use these in work and so far I have managed to retain all mine but only just !!!

Reasonable price though!!
Edited by: "Pjcity" 2nd Aug 2011
Mind your fingers with this
Free Cavity wall and Loft Insulation for British Gas or Homecare Customers
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So as we all know British Gas is hiking its prices on 18 August 2011, but to compensate all British Gas customers or even those with a Homecare Product can get cavity wall and loft… Read more
choc1969

Well it's not free if they are hiking their prices to cover the cost … Well it's not free if they are hiking their prices to cover the cost (_;)Voted cold!!!



19% wasnt it

@ Wedge theres a filter for a reason and it was still filtered quit being OTT.
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roxyquiksilv3r

I called British Gas last week, and have just had a call back to give me … I called British Gas last week, and have just had a call back to give me an appointment on 6th sept. They said that they will give me an idea of whether there will be any additional costs too. Has anyone else experienced any 'additional costs', or has anyone seen the whole process through to it being installed? I'm wary that it looks too good to be true! Kirstie :-)



I asked about that when the BG guy came round - extra costs are if (for example) you have a conservatory and they need to put up scaffolding to safely reach your walls. Assume they will tell you at the time so you can decide if worth it for you.
I called British Gas last week, and have just had a call back to give me an appointment on 6th sept. They said that they will give me an idea of whether there will be any additional costs too. Has anyone else experienced any 'additional costs', or has anyone seen the whole process through to it being installed? I'm wary that it looks too good to be true! Kirstie :-)
The true reason why they want to give people free loft or cavity wall insulation is that they have to meet government targets of reducing the amount out energy being used via the carbon footprint malarky other wise they will be faced with a £2.13 billion fine. It actually costs them approx £500 to supply and fit it. So why not take advantage while you can.
Robbing gets are hiking their prices up and have the cheek to claim this is a freebie? Voted cold, would vote freezing but it isn't an option!
Loft insulation - £31.99 - Buy 1 get 2 Free @ Wickes
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Size: 1160 x 12180 x 100mm Wickes Loft Roll Insulation is for DIY use only. This product is subsidised by EDF Energy under the Carbon Emissions Reduction Target. It is not for use… Read more
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it would be cheaper for someone to install using warm front grant than the insulation alone at these prices!
Currently £3 instore at Homebase, or £3 delivered from Npower
B&Q Loft Ladder - ABRU Blue Seal Deluxe Timber Complete Access Kit £99.98
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Purchased at: B&Q Imperial Park. Bristol. Deal was in the Independant thsi morning. They are marked on the shelf as £149.99 but go throug the check out at £99.98. I noticed th… Read more
Darzen

Voted hot, pity my loft opening is half this size :-(



Same reason I need one, am doubling the size of the hatch so I can get into the damn thing to insulate it! Can't fit much through the current one.
This is not just a loft ladder, it is a new opening, hatch and ladder all pre assembled.
It will require a larger hole cutting in the ceiling, and appropriate supports / joists for mounting.
Same product is currently on offer in Wickes too.
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Edited by: "chappers" 13th Nov 2010
Voted hot, pity my loft opening is half this size :-(
Good deal, I heated it up a bit for you!

Maybe all the fat heifers are voting it cold?!?
* Max safe working weight 150kg / 23.6st *
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Presume it's cold because someones loft is, not because it's a bad deal? I don't understand this site! :-)
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