Loft Ladders for a truss roof

Loft ladders for a truss roof Truss roof rafters and ceiling joists are typically spaced either 400mm, 450mm or 600mm apart. As such, this leaves a fairly small opening width for your loft hatch and ladder. However, there are still a variety of options to consider,...

Heavy Duty Loft Ladder

What is a ‘heavy duty loft ladder’? Anyone can say they offer a heavy duty loft ladder, but what does it really mean? Well, the first thing to look for is whether or not the loft ladder was constructed and tested in accordance with EN 14975. This European...

Wide Loft Ladders

It’s not always easy to find wide loft ladders… It is not the sort of feature that most loft ladder suppliers mention in their product headlines.  While we do our best to make dimensional data available and easily accessible, it can be a hassle going...

Zig Zag loft ladder

Zig Zag loft ladder for the most demanding projects… The Supreme zig zag loft ladder has been our most popular product since Premier Loft Ladders was founded in 2003. This is due to the fact it offers heavy duty performance, yet is very safe and easy to operate....

Insulated loft hatch and ladder

An uninsulated home loses considerable heat through the roof. Insulating your loft/attic could therefore save you hundreds of pounds in energy costs. Better insulation also helps us to do our part in limiting the rise in global temperatures. Furthermore, it is...

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