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Diall Loft storage stilt, Pack of 12
- Fix with self-tapping screws (30 x 4mm/8 x ¾” – these need to be bought separately and are not supplied with the product). Suitable for use with loft panels (1200mm x 325mm) or floor grade boards (600mm x 2400mm)
- Specifically designed to create a raised boarded area inside a loft.
Features and benefits
Loft storage stilts allow for storage platforms to be built above insulation, whilst preventing the insulation below them from being compressed and ensuring that the cavity remains at the recommended minimum depth of 270mm to maximise energy and cost savings.
- Suitable for use with loft panels (1200mm x 325mm) or floor grade boards (600mm x 2400mm)
- Large head increases surface area, making the positioning of loft boards easier
- Compatible with joists between 1½-2 inches (35-55mm) wide
- Easy to place and fix using the clip at the base of the support
- Fix using 30 x 4mm self-tapping screws (Sold separately)
- Quick, simple and hassle-free installation
- Made from 100% recycled material
Dicko - 1 month ago
A smart piece of kit, sturdy and strong once fitted correctley. Well made but could be improved simply by adding pre-drilled holes in the bottom. You will have to cut parts off to position next to wall but would still recomend.
Changed my life
timb00 - 3 months ago
The colour of this items is outstanding. Really blends with my loft insulation. The texture is without rival and the length is exactly the same on each
Deep insulation fixed
Mart_1159 - 3 months ago
Loft legs plus loft boards over deep insulation makes your loft usable. Pretty easy to install once you get a platform built. I didn’t predrill just used a cordless driver to wind the screws through.
Deebop - 3 months ago
Just installed a platform in my loft using the loft legs and chipboard. The legs are sturdy. I quickly got into a routine of drilling holes in the bottom of the legs (would be a lot easier if this was done at manufacture) drilling them into the joists and screwing chipboard on top. Having not done much DIY I have managed fine and did not end up falling through my roof which my partner was certain would somehow happen.
Mart1159 - 4 months ago
These loft legs plus the B&Q loft boards have sorted out my loft. we moved in and found the extra layer of insulation had been dropped on top of the existing. I now have a stable platform to store things and can walk in. Buy 1 pack of legs per 3 pack of boards. Lay the boards in a brick pattern for extra strength. Once you have maybe 3 boards down you can work off them. The platform grows quickly. I didn’t pre drill the holes as I used a cordless drill driver to screw the legs down and that worked well. Maybe drill the first few till you are on the platform.