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The Fakro LWN Attic Stair Ladder series of ladders provides a simple solution to accessing attic space without needing to carry a ladder in and out of the house or other structure when attic access is needed. All of the ladders within this particular series boast folding pine construction, making the ladder easy to pull down from the ceiling when access to the attic is necessary.
To ensure the ladder is an attractive addition to your home or other structure, the Fakro LWN attic stair ladders feature a non-insulated chipboard hatch door with a smooth paintable surface. While it is not ideal for an area where heat loss prevention is necessary, the paintable surfaces makes it possible to paint the door so it matches the surrounding space.
All of the Fakro LWN attic ladder models have a total weight capacity of 250 pounds. The ladder also features hinges that automatically carry the ladder away from the door when open, thereby creating ample space between the ladder and the door. For additional sturdiness, the ladder features treads that are fitted using dovetail joints while the space between the treads and the hatch door allows for more comfortable foot positioning. For added safety, indentations cut into the treads help to prevent slipping.
This ladder cannot be installed on a sloped ceiling.
By: Norbert McNabb | almost 2 years ago Verified Purchase