Baybay wrote: »
Aside from child safety features at either end....
Addle wrote: »
I think it’d be a lot more practical to put your utility room upstairs.
magnethead wrote: »
No fire regulations covering laundry shoots, but some of the company's have fireproof stainless steel doors. (Have a good think about it for your own protection - smoke is what kills, so you'll want it to be sealed very well when closed)
Irish crowd herehttp://www.newstar.ie/laundry-chute-systems/
UK crowd, do a nice PVC option, which could be good, if you firewalled it offwww.easylinelaundrychutes.co.uk
you can pay up to €800 for these things, if you want to go stainless all the way down,. I eventually spoke to a builder with good common sense, who built one, and only installed a Door, then he just framed out a box for the chute and it works perfectly.
I'm just getting the door myself, I was lucky enough for some big groundworks to be in progress across the road from work, so I asked one of the guys for some 300mm wavin pipe, they gave me a 2M length which is all I need
I'm looking forward to jamming it in my wall before the pour, it was hard enough sticking in 150mm pipes