Loft ladders upgrade in Leamington Spa makes going up to the loft a breeze

If you are looking to upgrade your loft ladder then our timber option may be for you.

A wooden loft ladder features sturdy, wide treads ideally suited for carrying heavier objects or for customers who feel more secure using it over a narrow tread.

We also fit our timber loft ladders with a hatch that is up to 1.2 metres long which means no more sqeezing through a loft opening that is uncomfortably small.

We only fit trade-quality ladders from a trusted supplier so our customers can be sure of the best quality.

We also take away any mess when enlarging a loft opening and will even paint around the new hatch so it looks as if it was always there.

We work in Leamington Spa, Warwick, Stratford-upon-Avon and the surrounding areas and can provide customer recommendations.

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Bidford loft boarding creates spacious storage

A picture speaks a thousand words, at least it does when it comes to loft boarding. Most customers come to us through word of mouth, however, they still want to see photos of recent work so that they can see for themselves the professional finish we create.

If you haven’t checked out our Facebook page, take a look. We regularly post photos from recent jobs that show the amount of storage you can create through loft boarding.

One such recent job was at a property in Bidford on Avon where we boarded the loft for one happy customer. As you can see in the photos, the finished boarding created a spacious area for storage.

For this particular job, we combined boarding with a top quality timber loft ladder. Top of our loft ladder range, the timber ladder provides sturdy wide treads, ideal if you want peace of mind going up to the loft or if you will be carrying heavier items. The timber ladders we supply still offer easy folding and are simple to use and store away.

Our wooden loft ladders also come with a loft hatch up to 1.2m long, which makes taking bulkier items up and down a doddle. No more squeezing through a loft hatch that is too small!

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Wooden or aluminium loft ladder – Stratford and Chipping Campden jobs show that the right choice depends on the customer

We are often asked by customers which ladder they should go for.  Without wishing to sound non-committal, we can honestly say that it depends on the job! Two recent installations in the same week show that, whilst timber is right for one customer, aluminium is perfect for another.

Wooden ladder for comfort and aesthetics in Stratford-upon-Avon

Customers choose wooden loft ladders for strength, durability and the way they look. Aesthetics aside,  if you are going to be carrying heavy boxes up to the loft then a timber ladder is able to bear the extra weight you will be handling. For these reasons, our customer last week in Stratford-upon-Avon chose a wooden ladder.

You will see on the photo that this ladder stows in three sections within the loft hatch so that no extra clearance or loft space is required. We only use trade quality ladders, so unfolding and refolding is a cinch. Our timber ladders also feature wide comfortable treads – this can be an important consideration, particularly for older customers or those who may be negotiating awkward bulky items into the loft.

Light and easy to manoeuvre – aluminium ladder is right choice in Chipping Campden

If space is tight or the ladder is for light use, then aluminium is the way to go. The owner of this four-bedroom new build detached home did not need to carry heavy items up to the loft and chose aluminium as the best value option.

Aluminium loft ladders also offer the advantage of being light, making them easy to manoeuvre in and out of position. For some customers, this is an important consideration.

Wooden Loft Ladders proving popular in Warwickshire and Worcestershire

Five years ago our customers were shying away from wooden ladders, preferring the more cost-effective aluminium option.  Recently this has changed, so that in 2019 we have been installing more wooden loft ladders than any other kind. This shift in customer choices led us to wonder,  why the change?

In uncertain times we all know that people favour staying put and investing in what they have rather than moving house. In what has been a turbulent 2019 this must surely be a factor in people committing to top of the range ladders.

Add to this the fact that homes are getting smaller, particularly when you compare the living space in new build homes today with that of previous decades.

Whatever period of house we live in, we all have so much more stuff.  Most customers who contact us want to clear their loft to create more storage space and streamline their living spaces.

For many people this concerns items that they only use at particular times of the year or equipment for occasional hobbies. Some customers like to swap over their winter and summer clothes to create wardrobe space. When it comes to carrying heavy items up to a loft people prefer the sturdiest timber ladders.

Wooden Loft Ladder in Warwickshire

This was the case at a recent installation in the Bridgetown area of Stratford-upon-Avon, where we boarded the loft of a detached 1970’s family home. At 35m2, this was a larger than average installation taking two days in place of the usual one.

Storage space at a premium in Stratford

The customer planned to  move items from both the garage and bedrooms freeing up valuable space in the home – at a premium with three children. The family enjoys camping in the summer along with all the equipment involved and planned to store items in the loft.

In order to comfortably and safely take larger items up to the loft, their preference was for a wooden ladder.

Timber loft hatch

To further ensure easy access, we enlarged the loft opening fitting a new timber hatch.

The customers were delighted and as soon as we finished were planning to spend the weekend de-cluttering and creating more space in their home.

“On average a wooden loft ladder costs £180 more than an aluminium option,” commented Stuart Dyson, owner of Stu’s Loft Ladders. “Whilst there are jobs where a lightweight aluminium or telescopic ladder are the best option, many customers, particularly those with larger loft areas, are choosing wooden. Fitting a loft ladder is something that you will most likely only do once whilst you live in a property and so people want the quality and strength of timber.”

We are always happy to advise on the best loft ladder for your home and to provide a no-obligation quote. Call us on 07712 327 889 or message us.