Who likes working in attics?

Discussion in 'Electricians' Talk' started by bathroom boy, Oct 30, 2009.

  1. bathroom boy

    bathroom boy New Member

    I hate the one Iv'e just been in, put 8 fire rated bathroom downlights in, ceiling has in the past been boarded over twice then plaster and lathe, attic is full of black dust, I looked like I'd been down the mine. argggg
     
  2. wally2

    wally2 New Member

    Im still going into them most days at 63, no point going to work in good clothes. Fibreglass is a pain to work in. My pet hate is wasps (terrified of them) & ill get out the quickest way possible.
     
  3. sparky308

    sparky308 Member

    Attics are a lot nicer in October than in July
     
  4. lamps

    lamps New Member

    great guess what im doing monday
    worst of all i have to take the whole lot out as mark insulations went across the joists nice
     
  5. wally2

    wally2 New Member

    Don't you just love it when you go to quote a rewire & customer says we've just had insulation installed.
     
  6. pearcy

    pearcy New Member

    just fitted 56 downlighters in loft . scratching all the way home for the last 2 days,
     
  7. lamps

    lamps New Member

    roll on monday
     
  8. sinewave

    sinewave Screwfix Select

    put 8 fire rated bathroom downlights in.........




    Why Fire rate?
     
  9. lightning bolt

    lightning bolt New Member

    most fitted is 120 ,aloft is aloft dont mind them its just a job
     
  10. Accaman

    Accaman New Member

    Could be worse boys,we cud be in Helmand Province!!
     
  11. cliffy brown

    cliffy brown New Member

    or even worse........ tenerife
     
  12. bathroom boy

    bathroom boy New Member

    Sinewave, I much prefer the fire rated on all jobs now, they seem more robust and if somebody just chucks some carp through the loft hatch there is less chance of something untoward.
     
  13. G Brown

    G Brown New Member

    loose fill vermiculite...cut hole.....avalanche into room below...
     

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