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Sometimes getting into the attic is just a pain, especially if the access is inside your house — try getting a ladder, say a 20-footer, into the room and positioned under the hatch.  You could solve the problem with an attic ladder built into the hatch, but most are more than four feet long.  However, the Televator, with a hatch measurement of just 22″ x 22″, allows you to place an attic access in even a fairly small closet.  Or install it anywhere, to increase the convenience of getting into the attic.

Expect to pay $175 for the 8′ version or $205 for the 10′ version.

Televator [Werner]
Street Pricing [Google Products]
8′ Via Amazon [What’s This?] [What’s This?]
10′ Via Amazon [What’s This?] [What’s This?]


One Response to Televator

  1. kdp says:

    22×22 sounds like it’d be a tight squeeze for some of my boxes. I’ve got an opening from where I removed an attic fan that’s 52 inches deep. Almost every ladder I find is either tiny like this one, or requres a 54 inch rough opening.

    I’d hate to have to reframe the opening just to get the two inches.

    Grr. .

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