LoftZone StoreFloor creates a lightweight but incredibly strong system of raised beams that supports a safe deck above your insulation.

It's the easiest way to create safe access to equipment in your loft, or simply to generate storage space while keeping your loft insulated to regulations

Simple, Strong, Unique Design

The patented StoreFloor loft storage system consists of only 3 parts: The metal Cross-Beams, which you screw the boards on to, and the recycled plastic Tri-Supports and Uni-Supports, which screw into your joists and carry the load

LoftZone StoreFloor
LoftZone Beams

Strong galvanized steel cross-beams

The Cross-Beams make the raised deck safe to walk upon and faster to install. Beams are the only safe way to support loftboards, and allow you to avoid inevitable obstructions on joists such as pipes or wiring. Other leg or stilt products are unable to do this

Adjustable supports for irregularly spaced joists

The Cross-Beams slide along the top of the Tri-Supports – to deal with the common problem of variable spacing between joists. Without this, the boards may not reach the next joist and will be unsafe

LoftZone Adjustable Supports
LoftZone StoreFloor Kit

Lighter and faster to install than timber

StoreFloor is much lighter and faster than using timber to raise the loft floor, and is a better insulator too - keeping your heating bills down

Designed to promote airflow to reduce condensation

StoreFloor leaves an air gap underneath the boards, to prevent condensation. (Note that some other raised loft products aren’t tall enough for this essential feature)

LoftZone Airflow

"Fantastic company. Came out to us on Friday afternoon and got on with the job in super quick time. Delighted with the end result."

Alison Ratho

"Great professional service from Andrew, very efficient and helpful. Loft completed in one day and very happy with results, clean and tidy would highly recommend"

Garry Dunfermline

"Most professional and fantastic service. I would say you guys are one of the best firms I have ever dealt with! Seriously."

Collin Kirkcaldy