Fitting a 2 or 3 section ladder helps to gain quicker, easier and safer access to your loft. We both advise you on the best options for your property and install the unit at a competitive price. Operating in and around Nottingham, you can be sure that with us you are deploying local tradesmen working at a highly professional standard. Numerous clients all across Nottinghamshire confirm that.


Wooden Loft Ladder

Wooden Loft Ladders

Loft Ladders are available in different types of wood. Choose the one that suits your interior best.

Metal Loft Ladder

Metal Loft Ladders

The cost-efficient solution. Loft Ladders made of aluminium are light and thus easier to fold.

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Our customers say

  • They are very polite, very professional in their work, stay until the jobs done, and leave without a trace of any dirt in their paths. I would highly recommend their services.
    Lesley Bowmar, Beeston
  • If you want friendly, flexible and hard working then these are the team for you. The work has been outstanding!
    Mr Thompson, Chilwell
  • They have just completed replacing new handrail, baserail and spindles on my staircase and built a cupboard underneath. Hard working, polite, and efficient. Highly recommend them to anyone.
    Judith Biddulph, Beeston
  • The guys were extremely professional and informative. They were remarkably clean throughout and it was fantastic to come home each day seeing the work they had done.
    Hannah and Paul Wilkins
  • Top quality tradesman. Can't recommend highly enough.
    Michael Burke, Beeston
  • The work is to a fantastic standard. They kept dust/mess to an absolute minimum always mindful of our small children. They went above and beyond what we were expecting, with lovely finishes throughout. Highly recommended!
    Mariel Briney, Nottingham
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  • Can I do a loft conversion in a council house?
  • If you are an introductory tenant, you are usually only permitted minor improvements, such as decorating. If you are a secure tenant however, then you do have the rights to carry out more significant building works. But we would strongly suggest you get in touch with your local council to make sure before you start work, as you would still need council approval before starting.

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