Werner Attic Ladders
Werner® attic ladders help provide access to more storage space. The company has an impeccable reputation for making any kind of climbing safe, all built around a wide line of Werner ladders and scaffolding, as well as its other safety and security products.
The rating on Werner's heavy-duty attic ladders is for loads between 250 and 375 pounds. These can accommodate ceiling heights of between 8 and 12 feet, and come in different widths to fit different size openings. All models have pull cords that children can't reach. Werner attic ladders come fully assembled, ready for installation. As with other Werner ladders, including Werner's fire-escape ladders, ample support and installation guides are available to ensure you can install the attic ladders easily with the proper tools.
Werner's wood attic ladders have metal hinges at the folding joints to keep them rigid when fully extended. They mount flush in the access panel, with a wraparound door hinge to minimize any heat escaping from the home's interior. The door opens with a spring assembly that attaches to the side opening with a looped hinge to relieve pressure on the spring when the door is shut. The hinge assembly also keeps the door secure and rigid in its upright position.
Werner's lightweight aluminum attic ladders are weight rated for up to 375 pounds, so they're easy to operate and can take a load. The ladder attaches to the door with plate and bracket mounting, and the door opens and closes with gas struts, providing more room in the access panel without comprising operational ease and safety. Werner aluminum attic ladders prevent interior heat escape with wraparound weather stripping.
You can make your attic more accessible, and get to it safely and securely, with Werner attic ladders. Werner's ladders, including a vast line of extension ladders and step ladders, is well known to professionals. Homeowners have the same quality and safety with Werner attic ladders.
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