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PostPosted: Mon Feb 26, 2018 1:42 pm 
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Hi All,

I am installing a laundry chute with a tiled access hatch / door in the bathroom. It will be fully tiled and around 300 x 300mm, it also needs to be 30min fire resistant. Does anybody know the best places to buy them? I have found Jakdor but they are very expensive. Or does anyone have bright ideas about making one?

I will also need one to access under the bath but this can be siliconed in or for service access only not regular use like the laundry chute.

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I've used www.accesspanels.co.uk, not for a laundry chute though,but a good sized panel.

Worth spending good money on, it'll presumably be used a lot, a cheap one won't last well.



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Thanks columbiers, I will certainly get something of quality.

Another thought. The hatches with plaster bead with plaster inserts are much less exspensive that the special tile hatch. So why don't i just buy one of those and tile over it?

Any thoughts?


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