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Step 1 of 12 - What do you mean by ‘Quick Estimate’?
This is the kind of info we’ll need…
The floor to floor height is the distance measured from the loft floor down to the floor that the loft ladder will sit on when it's being used.
The floor to ceiling height is the distance measured from the loft floor down to the floor that the loft ladder will sit when in operation.
The horizontal and vertical loft space clearances are the distances from the hinged end of your loft hatch opening to the nearest obstruction. This may be the rafters of the roof, a structural brace or water tank etc.
These are the maximum length and width of your loft opening – also referred to as loft hatch dimensions.
This measurement should be taken from the hinge side of the ladder horizontally along the floor to the nearest obstruction.
Folding ladders will also need a minimum swing clearance. This is the arc of the ladder as it is being folded when bringing it out or putting back into the loft. This to needs to be measured from the hinge end of the ladder horizontally along the floor to the nearest obstruction.
We normally define 'occasional' ladder use as being around once a week or less and 'frequent as every day or a few times a week.
It can be difficult to visualize what a square meter looks like. To help you, the average living room size in a 3 bedroom UK house is 17.1m2. And the average kitchen size is 13.44m2. For normal storage use, we recommend 15-20m2. If you're planning to use your loft as a hobby room then you might want to consider up to 40m2.
Please try to take 2 photos of the hatch area from below at different angles and if possible another from above the hatch.
To create your estimate, it is vital for us to have a quick look inside your loft. Therefore, if you don't currently don't have a ladder please try to borrow one from a friend or neighbour. PLEASE ENSURE YOUR SAFETY AT ALL TIMES. IF YOU CAN'T DO THIS PART SAFELY, PLEASE DO NOT ATTEMPT IT.
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