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beaver74

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been looking through building regs but cant find the answer i am looking 4

now when ever i install down lights in a down stairs ceiling or ceiling with a room above i install fire rated
but was mentioned today that a room which is in the same property the ceiling is not acualy a fire break ceiling so does not need fire rated
but i feel more at ease using fire rated
your views please
 
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PAUL M

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i allways fit fire rated as a matter of course.
 
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beaver74

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i allways fit fire rated as a matter of course.
my only exception is lofts were i us standard and use a 12" clat flower pot to stop objects falling over fitting
 

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Now that FR fittings are so cheap why would you not? Long gone are days that fitting and hood were £20. Now screwfix do a twist bezel fitting for less than £8 with FP built in. Always play safe !!
 
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