Jupiter Blue

Christmas Opening and ordering details 15/12/2015

Christmas and New Year opening

Our office will be closed from Thursday 24th December and re-open on Monday 4th January. During this time you can place orders via our website, but please note goods will not be despatched until 4th of January.  

bespoke access panel prices instantly 22/06/2015

New – Get instant online prices for any bespoke access panel

Buying bespoke access panels just got a whole lot easier. We’re the only company to provide instant prices on any bespoke access panel online.  Simply enter the size you need and get an instant price.               We’re confident our prices are the most competitive around and are backed by our Price Match. Click here to view our range of bespoke access panels

BBC Report on fake reviews of online companies – Who to trust

It was disappointing, but not surprising to hear the BBC report into fake reviews of online companies on 18.06.15.The report uncovered companies using fake reviews to mislead customers. Any reputable company looking for repeat business will always go out of their way to ensure customers are happy and won’t need to pay for people to write fake reviews. To ensure transparency we decided to use an independent company (Trustpilot) for all our customer service reviews due to their robust platform and significant efforts to eliminate fake reviews. Their system works... Read More

12/01/2015

Access panels for external use

Our latest access panel addition, exterior panels for use on the outside of buildings. Initially we’re offering 3 sizes; 310×310, 465×465 & 615x615mm. All panels benefit from the following specification: Strong – Sturdy heavy gauge steel construction Secure – Key operated lock/ locks Insulated – Polyurethane insulation Weatherproof – Weather/ draught seals Durable – Supplied with 2 corrosion resistant protective coatings ready for finishing onsite As you’d expect for a product designed for outdoor use, the product has been tested to ensure it withstands the temperature and moisture extremes of... Read More

Christmas opening and deliveries

We close on Tuesday 23rd December and re-open on Friday 2nd January 2015 Orders placed up to 2pm on Tuesday 23rd will be despatched for delivery Orders and enquiries after this time will be dealt with on Friday 2nd January.    

AT35 airtight loft hatch 08/10/2014

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 of Part L of the Building Regulations. As the need to reduce the carbon footprint of our housing increases this loft hatch offers an immediate improvement for any home owner... Read More

stop insulation dropping from your loft hatch 30/09/2014

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 to conceal the exposed insulation on the lid of the loft hatch. The cover is made from aluminiumised glass cloth and is supplied and fitted for just £6. The cover... Read More

10 interesting stats about the Tour de France

In 10 days time, stage one of the world’s biggest sporting event finishes within a couple of miles of our office. To give an insight into what it makes the event so special we’ve compiled ten interesting facts. 1) The 2014 tour is the 101st edition of the race. The first edition of the race was held in 1903 as a publicity stunt to sell newspapers. 111 years on, it’s the world’s biggest sporting event. The newspaper in question, L’Auto was originally printed on yellow paper, hence the colour of... Read More

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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 carbon rating by 2016. This is part of a wider effort to achieve a legally binding target of reducing CO2 emissions by 80% of their 1990 levels by 2050. Everybody... Read More