Nobody makes and sells more Loft Hatches than us. Buying direct, means you get a quality product which is generally made in the UK at a competitive price.
To help you find the best loft hatch for your property we've compiled a handy guide to help you make the right choice.
Push up or Hinge Down Loft Hatches - With a Push Up Loft Hatch, the door isn't fixed to the frame and is pushed up into the loft space on opening. The two advantages of push up loft hatches over hinged loft hatches are 1) They Cost less than the equivalent hinged version 2) They offer a slightly larger opening for accessing your loft due to the door being completely removed.
With a Hinged Loft Hatch the loft door is fixed to the frame along the short side. The advantages of a Hinged, drop down loft Hatch are: 1) Easy opening, a pole can be used to open the loft hatch from ground level, without the need to stand on steps to reach the loft hatch door. 2) Convenient to use. The loft trap door hinges down and out of the way. 3) The hinge acts as a pivot so when locked the loft door exerts pressure on the foam compression seal for superior draught resistance.
Insulation and Environmental factors
All our loft hatches are insulated and have foam seals between the frame and the door to reduce draughts. Our budget Loft Hatches have 35mm of insulation. However if you need to comply with Part L of the building regulations or need to exceed Part L we have a range of push up and hinged loft hatches which meet or exceed Part L.
Do I need a Fire Rated Loft Hatch?
Certain properties need Fire Rated Loft Hatches to comply with building regulations. Any property with 3 floors or more needs a Fire Rated Loft Hatch.
You won't find better value or a wider range of loft hatches anywhere else. All hatches are insulated. Many meet or Exceed Part L of the Building Regulations. We also have a wide range of Fire Rated Loft Hatches and Make Hatches to Order. Right here in Yorkshire