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Insulation Fixings & Screws

Explore our diverse range fixing elements for fixing insulation boards around your home or property! 
Building roofs and insulations often require proper fixings and screws for reliable application. At UK Flat Roofing, we supply an entire range of insulation fixings and screws to secure your home’s insulation along with distinctive size varieties and same day dispatch. If you are in need of high-grade screws and fixings for your insulation (whether that may be fixing pates, rawplug screws or warm-deck insulation fixings), UK Flat Roofing has the right supply for all types of homes and property insulations nationwide. Check out our range below.



Installing Insulation Boards With Our Fixings & Screws? 

To install your insulation it is essential you use a compatible fixing. Here we have a variety of fixings and screws which are suitable for use on a range of decks. Tube fixings are ideal as they reduce thermal bridging along the fixings which is known to cause damp issues.
 The fixings can be filtered easily by deck type or insulation / roof buildup thickness to make selecting your compatible fixings easy.
Please see image below for idea of what Insulation / Build up Thickness should be.
For example: If you have 120mm insulation into a timber or steel deck with nothing else 120mm will be the thickness. If however you have 120mm insulation into a timber or steel deck with an 18mm upper timber deck you have a build up of 138mm - please use the 140mm filter.

If you have any questions regard which fixing to use then please contact our customer service team by phone, email or chat.


You can absolutely glue insulation to plywood. However, applying an adhesive does not have the same reliability as fixings and screws. 
To glue your insulation wall to plywood, you will need to add a high-quality glue onto the back of the already applied board and butt it against the first one, pulling it away from the wall slightly and pressing it in place with your hand. 

Get your timber insulation into position, and ensure that the board is cut in a way that it does not get vertical joints. Start with the board that’s in the lowest position. 
Once it’s in position, you can loosely fit the board with one of the screws or fixings you have in person - an electric drill is highly recommended. Slowly make your way up until all of the featured wall is covered.