Where a standard size loft hatch will not fit your property you'll need to fit a custom size. We offer a highly competitively priced bespoke loft hatch, made to measure to your specific loft opening measurements. Choose from either a hinged drop down hatch of a push up loft hatch. All our made to measure loft hatches are insulated, draught proofed and Part L compliant, we also offer a Fire Rated option.
Nobody offers more choice than us, from two different frame widths, two different lock options and covered or uncovered insulation.
Your custom loft hatch will be hand made to exacting standards here in North Yorkshire. Our production cycle means you should normally receive your loft hatch within 7-11 working days from placing your order (Please note working days are Mon-Fri). All our hatches are made from 1mm Zintec steel which is powder coated in White RAL 9010 with a 20% gloss, we can offer other colours at an extra cost. Please contact us on 01937 325 325 to discuss.
We offer a fixed price for any hatch up to 900 x 900mm (Please note this is 900 x 750mm for Fire rated models) We can produce hatches in excess of these measurements, but they are to a different design, Please call or email us for information.
Measuring to get the right size - Please measure the distance (in mm) between the joists which form your loft opening. Deduct 5mm from each, this gives a tolerance as most loft openings are not exactly square. If you need any assistance please call 01937 325 325 for advice. Please note all made to measure products are non-returnable due to being unique to your measurements.
To recap here's everything you're likely to need to know when ordering a made to measure loft hatch.
Our made to measure loft hatches offer numerous benefits including:
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