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Louisville Ladder Premium Series Wood Attic Ladder EXPIRED

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HomeDepot.com has Louisville Ladder Premium Series Wood Attic Ladder (250lb Load Capacity; S224P) on sale for $88.71. Shipping is free or select in-store pickup where stock permits. Thanks CPtamerika

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Features:
  • Wood rails and rungs offer solid support and lasting durability
  • 250 lb. duty rating ideal for most household tasks
  • Adjustable design fits ceiling heights from 7 to 8-3/4 ft.
  • Designed for an opening of 22-1/2 in. W x 54 in. L
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This attic was on a deal in Oct, its back again this month, at $88.71. The lowest price at AMZ was $112

This attic is probably on the lower end of the spectrum, but if you only use it a couple times a year it's probably just fine. It fits ceiling heights up to 8-9". Both size opening is on sale.

Check it out if you keep your decorations in the attic.

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Do yourself a favor and buy one with an aluminum ladder.
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They are surprising easy. YouTube is your friend. Get an aluminum one though, you'll thank me later... The lighter weight makes for an easier install, and the aluminum does not loosen up over time like the wood.
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I seriously just purchased one at Lowes last weekend, I Paid $120. This is a great deal and wish it was around last weekend so I could have saved some money. hopefully someone can take advantage of this very convenient product.
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Was just looking at attic ladders - one that will work with current opening. Which is much smaller than this frame. This is a good size since lugging storage boxes can be done with this opening. Can't say the same for the current opening which is much smaller in length.
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Was just looking at attic ladders - one that will work with current opening. Which is much smaller than this frame. This is a good size since lugging storage boxes can be done with this opening. Can't say the same for the current opening which is much smaller in length.
I got the same problem. I just bought a 6' step ladder last weekend to replace the 5' I had. I might be able to lift my fat butt into the attic on the new ladder.
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Was just looking at attic ladders - one that will work with current opening. Which is much smaller than this frame. This is a good size since lugging storage boxes can be done with this opening. Can't say the same for the current opening which is much smaller in length.
Make it longer?
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Do yourself a favor and buy one with an aluminum ladder.
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Good price. Just bought and installed same one 2 weeks ago. Cost me around $115. Aluminum is great, but unnecessary if you are under 215lbs. These wooden ones are rated to 250lbs. I weigh 165 and only lug boxes weighing no more than 30lbs so no need for aluminum.
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How hard are these to install?
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How hard are these to install?
They are surprising easy. YouTube is your friend. Get an aluminum one though, you'll thank me later... The lighter weight makes for an easier install, and the aluminum does not loosen up over time like the wood.
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This is wood, heavy, get the alluminum
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When we bought our house there was a hole cut into the attic in the garage. I'm not sure how it passed inspection because apparently that's a fire code violation. I want to fill the hole with a ladder instead of just like fire-rated sheet rock. But It doesn't look like this one is.

I'm confused because if entries into attics need to be fire rated, I'm not sure what you would ever do with a non-fire rated ladder like this.

I have no idea what i'm talking about obviously...
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They are surprising easy. YouTube is your friend. Get an aluminum one though, you'll thank me later... The lighter weight makes for an easier install, and the aluminum does not loosen up over time like the wood.
Thanks,

Yea this one wouldn't work for me anyways since I have 10 foot ceilings but... is it doable by oneself?
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How hard are these to install?
Would be interested to know this as well. Currently I have a cover that I need to push towards the attic and slide it so that I can get inside. But would love to be able to just have a ladder like this that I can get myself in/out quickly. Any good installation videos/tutorials?
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