Rated 3 out of 5Â by HandyDoug Expensive and not always best
I have used these and an alternative brand from another brand that 'has their name on it". First these are really expensive - 12 may sound like a lot but in an average sized loft you could be looking at 80-150 of these. Screwfix's mother company does the same thing loose for less. Secondly because of the flaps at the bottom, many older houses have slightly twisted or out of true beams, or worse places where two beams are screwed together you cannot just slot these over. So unnecessary flaps (only useful for holding whilst drilling to the beam) and very expensive compared to other places you can purchase similar items. The measurements in mm are the right ones BTW - not the ones in metres at the top !
2 Jul 2015
Rated 4 out of 5Â by MysticM Expensive but effective
These are quite easy to install and made a stable platform. The stilts are made well and feel strong and I'm pleased with them.
I was surprised how many I needed and how expensive they are considering they are just moulded plastic. I needed 2 packs for just 5 loft boards. I'm buying another 2 packs so that's Â£80 for 10 loft boards (1220mm x 325mm).
2 Jan 2015
Rated 5 out of 5Â by fenboy Practical Solution
Does exactly what it is supposed to do without fuss. The top support plate is larger than I expected which gives good support. The only downside is the cost, they are quite expensive for what is a piece of moulded plastic.
17 Dec 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Ealingsemipro use that loft (but tidy)
How come this was not invented when loft insulation became all the rage (40 years ago?): I saw these and realised they met so many requirements. 1) to enable one to use the loft for storage but also have much more insulation (obvious). 2) to keep heavy boxes etc clear of cables running across the top of the insulation (safety). 3) to reduce heavy weights on plasterboard ceilings. 4) make the loft less untidy/cluttered.
Great stuff, I'm sure I will buy more.
4 Oct 2014