I was thinking of drilling a hole and then filling it with no nails or some kind of strong adhesive and the pushing the screws into said glue...
Bit confusing. The plug should be in the plasterboard - not the foam. Just use a higher rated fixing - like these:I only have two holes available for the storage heater. The feet take the weight. I tried these but they just pulled out. They just can't get a firm fix in the foam.
Bit confusing. The plug should be in the plasterboard - not the foam. Just use a higher rated fixing - like these:
http://www.toolstation.com/shop/Screws+&+Fixings/d90/Cavity+Fixings/sd1930/Fischer+HM-S+Metal+Cavity+Fixing/p72962?mkwid=svJHEw6Lz_dc&pcrid=87521742205&pkw=_cat:screws & fixings&pmt=b&gclid=CITYl-POm88CFUMo0wodH18Pig
Don't worry about the foam getting in the way. The plug will just pull through it until it hits the back of the board.
Ahh - I didn't read the last bit:
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