Attic Floor Pricing & Sizes

Raised attic flooring used when I can’t lay a normal attic floor. If cables, pipes or runners are crossing the attic where the floor is to be laid you will need a raised attic floor. If insulation that rises above joists, insulation can’t be squashed down as it looses its insulating value and is less effective if squashed down.

Floor Size 1

250
  • 50sq ft Raised Attic Flooring

Floor Size 2

350
  • 80 sq ft Raised Attic Flooring

Floor Size 3

425
  • 100 sq ft Raised Attic Flooring

Floor Size 4

540
  • 130sq ft Raised Attic Flooring

Floor Size 5

650
  • 160 sq ft Raised Attic Flooring

Floor Size 6

800
  • 200 sq ft Raised Attic Flooring

Floor Size 7

1000
  • 250 sq ft Raised Attic Flooring

Floor Size 8

1200
  • 300 sq ft Raised Attic Flooring

Extra high raised flooring

This flooring is only used in attics where insulation is more than 150mm above existing joists, because of this it takes extra material to get above the insulation. This adds 50 cents per square foot ( if you ordered 80sq ft raised flooring for €350 but you need Extra high raised flooring this adds €40 to the cost of that floor bringing total to €390. These apply to both flooring and stairs and flooring packages alike.

Hip Roof Floors

To floor an attic that doesn’t have a gable but has a hip roof uses a lot more materials. This means there are lots of beams crisscrossing the attic this generates lots of waste materials. This adds 50 cents per square foot ( if you ordered 80sq ft raised flooring for €350 but you need Extra high raised flooring it will add .50cents x 80sq ft = €40 extra. bring new total to €390. If the house was built pre 1970 this charge won’t apply as these hip roof attics don’t have all the beams crisscrossing the attic. These apply to both flooring and stairs and flooring packages alike.