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Product Feature SDS Made to Measure Loft Hatch

If your property has a non- standard size loft opening a made to measure loft hatch will save you time, hassle and money. What do we mean by non-standard size loft opening? For many years, Building regulations have specified residential houses have joists spaced at 600mm centres. Allowing for the width of the joists used the distance between the joists … Continue reading

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Made to measure Loft Hatches – Fire Rated and Non Fire Rated Improved lead times

We’re probably the largest supplier of made to measure loft hatches in the country by a considerable margin. This already allows us to offer you the best prices and fastest lead times when ordering custom sized loft hatches. Historically we’ve produced bespoke hatches on a weekly product cycle which started on Wednesday of any given week. This was great for … Continue reading

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Ready made non standard size loft hatches to clear

We’ve got a batch of loft hatches of various non standard sizes which are now for sale on the website. Ordinarily these sell for £122-£145 + VAT depending on the spec but are for sale at between £65-75 + VAT meaning savings of 46%. These are high quality hand made loft hatches made to one off sizes. To check if … Continue reading

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More custom sized loft hatches added to stock – Save 40% on RRP

We’ve just added a number of custom size loft hatches to our stock. Save 40% on RRP and benefit from next day delivery. View sizes here

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New product AT35 – Airtight Loft hatch insulated and complies with Part L of Building Regulations

After 12 months of development we’re pleased to announce the launch of our airtight loft hatch, the AT35. The AT35 is the first loft hatch of its kind to be airtight at 50Pa air pressure under both positive and negative air pressure. In addition to this it’s insulated and has a U value of 0.35 to meet the current requirement … Continue reading

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Insulation cover now available on made to measure loft hatches

We get rave reviews about our made to measure loft hatches, we’re not bragging check here and look at the reviews. One point some customers have raised is the exposed insulation doesn’t look great and if knocked it can drop fibres. As a result we’re now offering customers buying made to measure loft hatches the option of fitting a cover … Continue reading

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Part L Building Regs: NHBC Poll reveals 84.5% of Industry professionals think Zero carbon target for 2016 unrealistic

What is Zero Carbon and why does it matter? Part L of the building regulations deal with the conservation of fuel and power in buildings. Recent revisions have seen tightening of the regulations to achieve a reduction in CO2 emissions through improved thermal performance and a reduction in draughts. The goal is that all new residential buildings have a zero … Continue reading

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Part L Building Regulations for Loft Hatches (plus an explanation of U Values)

Part L of the building regulations govern the conservation of fuel and power used by buildings. It’s a long document with multiple sections covering different components and materials used in order to ensure buildings meet with Part L. How heat loss from homes is measured The unit of measurment used to represent heat loss is known as the ‘U’ value. … Continue reading

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Article low tech ways to keep your house warm this winter

Yesterday (31st October) The BBC ran an article “14 low tech ways to keep your house warm this winter”. As you may expect it covered most of the expected recommendations such as Foil behind radiators, Double Glazing and Loft Insulation.   Interestingly the article went on to advise something most people tend to ignore, their loft hatch. It’s pointless insulating … Continue reading

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