Loft Boarding Midlands Have Installed Loft Boarding Throughout Warwickshire, into 100’s of Homes Creating Safe Loft Storage Solutions in Both Old and New Properties with Fully Insulated Lofts.
Loft Boarding Midlands are Your Local Loft Boarding Company in Warwickshire Who Specialise in Providing Safe Loft Storage and Loft Access Solutions for Homeowners Throughout Warwickshire.
Loft Boarding Midlands Loft Boarding in Warwickshire, Taking Loft Boarding in Warwickshire up to Another Level!!
If You are Looking For Loft Boarding in Warwickshire, Loft Boarding Midlands is your One Stop Provider for Same Day Professionally Installed Loft Insulation, Loft Boarding, Loft Flooring, Loft Ladders, Loft Hatches, Loft Hatch Enlagement, Loft Lighting, and Loft Storage Removal. Please browse our site and discover our Package Deals, Additional Extras and more!! Our fully insured Loft Boarding and Loft Ladder fitting crews will in just one day create extra loft storage space, and safe loft ladder easy access solutions for home owners Living in Warwickshire, Warwick, Leamington Spa and all surrounding areas.
- Transform your unusable Insulated Loft Space Into a Clean, Versatile Storage Space with the Award Winning Patented LoftZone Raised Loft Boarding System, that has been designed to create extra storage space without compromising on Energy Efficiency, we do not remove or compress your existing Loft Insulation, so you do not lose the benefits of having a thermally efficient home, and because of its unique design our Raised Loft Boarding system will work efficiently where insulation levels are in excess of 300mm, makes it the Perfect Loft Boarding solution for New Build Properties.
Install Sub-Frame Loft Boarding to Create Valuable Additional Loft Storage
- If your Existing Loft Insulation is 200mm or below, perhaps you may prefer us to Professionally Install Loft Flooring onto a Loft Sub-frame! The most common way of boarding a loft up until now would be to build a loft sub-frame for the new Loft Boards to be secured. 4×2 timbers are laid in the opposite direction to the original joists, and the supporting joists are raised by 100mm this and this will help to distribute the load across the ceiling and create an air-flow allowing the loft to breathe. However, a loft sub-frame system should not be installed if insulation levels are in excess of 200mm as this will compress the insulation into a “Slab”, vastly reduce its themal efficiency, and compromise the ceiling below.