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Chipboard Loft panel (L)1.22m (W)0.33m (T)18mm , Pack of 3
- CE marked
Features and benefits
Non-structural flooring boards for creating a new floor over existing flooring
- The long sides should be laid at 90 degrees to the joists & the ends should always meet on a joist. Floor board joints should be staggered for greater strength
- Fix panels in place with screws. Each screw should be countersunk & a pilot hole drilled as this makes fixing the boards easier & takes the heads of the screws below the level of the floor
- Do not be tempted to join boards between joists as they will soon sag & cause a weak spot in the floor. We recommend using screws rather than nails as excessive hammering could disrupt plasterboard below
Health and safety
Please note that this item has additional safety or regulatory datasheets available. The product may have possible health and safety hazards covered in these documents. Refer to the container for full information and always follow the instructions.
|Standard||BS EN 312 part 4|
Value for money
Coinhinter123 - 10 day ago
Arrived on time and worked well. No issues and strong enough to do the job. Some joints bent but salvaged. For the money well worth it.
I boarded out my loft no problems!
Richyrooh - 12 day ago
Great product. Boarded my loft by putting these boards on stilts. They fit together ok and are solid once screwed down. They need careful handling to avoid damage but are fine for the price.
butcher1971 - 13 day ago
Imperial 4’x1’ when most joists are 600mm centres, so need to cut 20mm off each board if you want any strength and support from the joists. Tongue and grove is weak and breaks at the slightest knock. Save yourself time and money and use plywood or proper floor boards.
Mikey94 - 1 month ago
Damaged edges, poor quality and not substantial enough for loft boards.
Pity it is not 330mm wide
TheCaptain1961 - 1 month ago
5mm x 9 rows leaves a gap - grrr
Probably different suppliers but it does matter