Model # 66865

Internet #202040148

Fakro 8 ft. 11 in., 22.5 in. x 47 in. Insulated Steel Attic Ladder with 350 lb. Load Capacity Type IA Duty Rating


8 ft. 11 in., 22.5 in. x 47 in. Insulated Steel Attic Ladder with 350 lb. Load Capacity Type IA Duty Rating

  • Anti-slip steps with rubber ends for safety
  • Adjustable in three areas
  • Insulated for energy efficiency
$260.93 /each

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An elegant attic ladder with high-quality design and materials, the Fakro Insulated Steel Attic Ladder features powder-painted metal and 3-part construction with a locking mechanism for ease of use. Anti-slip steps and rails with rubber ends offer safety, making this 350 lb. duty-rated, ANSI-approved ladder a smart choice. Built to accommodate a variety of home designs, the ladder is adjustable in length, door distance and spring tension to suit the needs of your space.

  • Powder-painted metal construction creates a sturdy design
  • 9 steps provide convenient access to attic
  • 350 lb. duty rating affords heavy-duty quality
  • Adjustable at any time in three areas including ladder length, ladder door distance and spring tension
  • Anti-slip steps help keep your feet stable as you enter and exit the attic
  • Insulated by a rubber gasket and 1-1/2 in. of insulation with an R value of 5.2
  • 1A ANSI certified for safety
  • Opening rod included

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what are the rough opening dimensions

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I want to cut the rough opening for this ladder s I need the dimensions
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Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 18 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Attic Ladder This replacement attic ladder was extremely easy to install (but takes two people). Instructions were clear and concise. Very please with this purchase and highly recommend this product. October 18, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Ladder Strong, compact preframed ladder, and very easy to install. I actually was able to do the whole project by my self. I recommend getting the plastic molding kit for this ladder. It makes a great looking finished installation, and is also very easy to install. May 25, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Nicely manufactured I chose this out of a long list of attic ladders because its dimensions fit the construction of my house. It arrived very quickly and the first comment from the delivery man was in regards to its weight. True, it is heavy, especially when one is trying to install it alone. I found it to be well constructed of very nice materials. After I built the opening in the ceiling of a hallway, it only took 45 minutes to put it in, but only after ignoring most of the instructions for installing it. The instructions are in very detailed pictures and diagrams, no words, but they are based on the supposition that it is to be installed in new construction, not retro-fit. That takes some thinking and I do not recommend anyone to try to do it without help, though it can be done. It works well and is very solid. May 28, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great ladder, somewhat confusing installation Excellent ladder, head and shoulders above the rest once it is installed. However, installation instructions are completely in pictures, so the installation process needs to be studied a bit before beginning the process. March 22, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy to lower and raise My Fakro Insulated Steel Attic Ladder is a great replacement for the old wooden attic stairs. These are much lighter to raise and lower and are much sturdier to climb especially with a load in your arms. I have an old house so also wonder if things will fit correctly and these stairs fit lovely in the space. It took 2 men just 4 hours to remove the old stairs and install the new ones. July 17, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by good attic ladder This is the second attic ladder I've installed in my home (separate attics in garage and house). The first was another brand, and was much less expensive. For this project I needed something to fit in a smaller opening and this fit the dimension. Install was easy with lessons learned from the previous project. This ladder is steel, and quite sturdy. I also appreciate that the door latches rather than rely on the spring tension to hold the door closed. Overall good product and would purchase again. July 1, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very well constructed, highly recommended This steel attic ladder is well made and very strong. I had it professionally installed but I think a reasonably competent home handyperson who is able to correctly identify and assess structural capabilities of the installation infrastructure and use the appropriate screws could handle the job. I have used it a lot, for about two years now, and it is as solid as ever. The additional weight of steel vs. aluminum is no problem. I wanted a ladder strong enough for regular use and this works well. May 18, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Minor unexpected complications in installation.... So, the ladder itself is very nice, high quality, sturdy as can be. BUT... installing it has been less-than-simple - for my professional contractors. For some reason, although it says that it is for an 8 foot ceiling, the ladder is too long. By 13 Inches. The instructions (which aren't written out in any way; they are horribly unclear pictograms that appear to be intended to confuse any user regardless of their spoken language) do show something that appears to be a hacksaw, and in fact once it is hacked down to length, it fits. Now, I understand the need for flexibility in length, but this seems like a whole lot to me. It also has other adjustments in other places for minor length fluctuations, probably up to at least 5 - 6 inches. Why then do you make a metal ladder 13 inches too long? <sigh> November 18, 2010
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