Louisville L224P Premium 250 lbs. Load Capacity 22-1/2 in. x 54 in. Open Ceiling Wood Attic Ladder for 10 ft. Ceiling Heights

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Louisville L224P Premium 250 lbs. Load Capacity 22-1/2 in. x 54 in. Open Ceiling Wood Attic Ladder for 10 ft. Ceiling Heights Louisville Model: lvlnl224p

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Louisville L224P Premium 250 lbs. Load Capacity 22-1/2 in. x 54 in. Open Ceiling Wood Attic Ladder for 10 ft. Ceiling Heights

Details
The Premium Series Attic Ladder has a working load capacity of 250 lbs. It has a 24-1/2 in. x 54 in. rough opening and will fit ceiling heights ranging from 8 ft. 9 in. to 10 ft. It features adjustable springs and deep steps.
Features:
  • Easily adjustable spring tension
  • EZ-hang strap system for quick and easy installation
  • Reinforced steps for traction when climbing
  • Heavy-duty hinges at rail joints limit side-to-side movement for increased stability
  • Wire rod under each step for added strength and durability
What’s Included:
  • 250 lbs. Load Capacity 22-1/2 in. x 54 in. Open Ceiling Wood Attic Ladder for 10 ft. Ceiling Heights - L224P
Safety Certifications
ANSI Certified/OSHA Compliant
Rung Size
3.5 in
Load Capacity
250 lbs
Construction
Wood
Height (Min.)
8.75 ft
Safety Rating
Type I
Height (Max.)
10 ft
Rung Type
Standard Step
Series
Premium
Height
120 in.
Weight
57 lbs.
Warranty Term
90 Days

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I need to put this product in a place that allows it to come down int a closet. The joists are on 16 inch centers. the ladder sis22.5 in width. I will therefore have to locate this across three joists. I will have to cut the middle joist and build a box that is 54inch, which is the required opening size. I will make a frame by using the joists that I cut out to be the end pieces of the box. Does this sound correct to you or do I have to add more structure?
Frank on Nov 20, 2015
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