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7 ft. 8 in. to 10 ft. 3 in., 22.5 in. x 54 in. Aluminum Attic Ladder with 375 lbs. Maximum Load Capacity

  • Attic ladder fits openings of 22.5 in. x 54 in.
  • Attic ladder fits 7 ft. 8 in. to 10 ft. 3 in. ceiling heights
  • Weather stripping improves energy efficiency of stairway ladder
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The Louisville AA2210I Aluminum Attic Ladder offers an R5 insulated door with weatherstripping providing more energy efficiency than a traditional attic ladder. Designed for attic openings of 22.5 in. x 54 in., the adjustable shoes allow the unit to fit ceiling heights from 8 ft. to 10 ft. Advanced cylinder design allows for easy and smooth opening and closing of the lightweight aluminum designed attic ladder with a 375 lb. load capacity.
  • Features R5 insulated door panel to help keep the heat inside in winter and out in the summer
  • Advanced cylinder design assists easy opening and closing
  • Adjustable feet allow unit to fit 7 ft. 8 in. to 10 ft. 3 in. ceiling heights
  • 375 lbs. duty rating affords safety and heavy-duty quality
  • Weather strip to improve energy efficiency
  • Slip-resistant cross-tread steps deliver steady footing and more comfort when ascending and descending
  • ANSI certified signifies this attic ladder is safe









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Ratings
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MaterialWoodAluminumSteelSteel
Maximum Ceiling Height (ft.)8.7510.258.118.11
Recessed Opening Width (in.)25.022.522.525
Ladder RatingType 1 - 250 lbs.Type 1AA - 375 lbs.Type 1A - 300 lbs.Type 1A - 300 lbs.
Number of Steps9111212
Product Weight (lb.)59.5 lb52 lb6062
Fits Ceiling Height7 ft.,8 ft.,9 ft.10 ft.,8 ft.8 ft.8 ft.
Recessed Opening Length (In.)54.0541010
FeaturesHardware IncludedInsulatedAdjustable,InsulatedInsulated
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Specifications

Dimensions

Maximum Ceiling Height (ft.)
10.25
Maximum Ladder Length (ft.)
10
Minimum Ceiling Height (ft.)
8
Recessed Opening Height (in.)
11.75
Recessed Opening Length (In.)
54
Recessed Opening Width (in.)
22.5
Rung/Step Depth
3 in
Step Rise (in.)
12
Swing Clearance (ft.)
5.6

Details

Features
Insulated
Finish Type
Unfinished
Fits Ceiling Height
10 ft.,8 ft.
Ladder Rating
Type 1AA - 375 lbs.
Ladder Type
Attic
Load Capacity (lb.)
375 lb.
Material
Aluminum
Number of Steps
11
Product Weight (lb.)
52 lb
Returnable
90-Day
Rung/Step Material
Aluminum
Stainable/Paintable
No

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
ANSI Certified
Manufacturer Warranty
90 Day Limited

Questions & Answers

16Questions22Answers

Package dimensions?

Asked by John May 22, 2021
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Answer

AA2210I box dimensions are approximately 24” wide x 55” long x 11” tall

I request guidance to know if they sell the piston or struts, as well as the kit of support arms ...

Asked by Victo50 April 29, 2021
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Answer

AA2210I replacement parts Cylinder – PK1062 Right power arm – PK800-RH Left power arm – PK800-LH

Can you get this product installed? Can I get an approximate quote and time frame?

Asked by Janie February 18, 2021
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Yes

Apparently no one who built my house in 2001/2002 (Thanks Tilson!) knows how to properly measure ...

Asked by RoThunder January 25, 2021
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We put one in the ceiling of a bedroom because the closet access would not work. LOVE these things! Sorry you had a terrible builder. Look for Class Action Lawsuits, ask neighbors about issues, etc. We've had some bad builders lose to these lawsuits. As for the ladder. I think our space between the boards in the attic was about 22", although not sure of the length but it fit well with shims and thin boards to screw through. Watch some YouTube videos, as they will give very helpful ideas that are NOT in the instructions! You will need some help to hold it up! We found that using the metal Plumber's Tape helped hold it up and keep it from falling. The first guy didn't know what he was doing so I had to pay to have someone else fix it (3X for various things so the first guy is gone now). Get someone with common sense to help. It's great having this door. Then, you will have to cut the legs at the bottom of the drop down and cut the legs that will have to be attached to the cut ends. It's a pain to have to cut them but, it is what it is. Our ceiling is only 8', too.

My floor to ceiling height is 7'5". Will this ladder still work?

Asked by AG January 15, 2021
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It can be cut down and adjusted by installer.

What needs to be my rough opening for he 22.5 x 54

Asked by Marko November 28, 2020
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Yes. You should use some shims to make it exact

Will this work if my ceiling is a half inch short of the minimum height - 7 ft 7.5 inches?

Asked by JK October 28, 2020
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Should not be a problem

rough opening size is 22.5, but with the ladder hardware what is the opening to say fit a box thr...

Asked by snoopy August 26, 2020
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The package the ladder arrived in was damaged at the corners and there was large hole torn on the top. This was the second time I have received a package damaged from UPS. When I opened the box to inspect the contents I found one corner of the cabinet holding the ladder was damaged.

For the 22.5” wide frame version, what is the width of the actual step/rung? And the width of the...

Asked by Curious August 3, 2020
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4" x 11"

When the door is closed, how high does the ladder stick up? The beams are 6" in my attic, will i...

Asked by ML July 25, 2020
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it fits within the rough opening. does not protrude above 6" joist.

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.5
    out of 96 reviews
  • 86% recommend this product
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Will fit a 7'6" ceiling with modifications
I thought I would write this review for anyone with a short ceiling like mine. I have a 7 foot 6 inch ceiling which is lower than their minimum indicated. Of course I can't recommend anyone else do this since it does not meet their required height. Do at your own risk. Anyway, to make it fit 7'6" I had to cut off ALL the stairs on the last hinged section and attach the extension legs just below the last hinge. See my pictures. I put the red warning stickers on the legs of the ladder to remind people to flip down the last portion because it's so short I didn't want someone to go up the ladder without doing that first, and possibly hurting themselves or the ladder. With the extensions down it's very sturdy, with not wiggle at all. Positives: 1. The pistons are much nicer than my old springs. Hopefully they will last or can be replaced if they die. 2. The pull cord handle is easier to grab than just a rope. But it does look cheap, clear plastic. 3. The ladder is very sturdy when down. Better than my old wooden ladder. 4. The weather stripping went in with some effort, which hopefully means it will stay for a long time. See picture. I think it will help too. 5. I followed the directions and it worked well as written, no adjustments other than the way I changed the cutting of the stairs. 6. The aluminum is fairly thin so it's easy to cut with a hack saw (could be a minus, but it appears to be very sturdy) 7. The places to put the lag bolts are predrilled through the wood. Which is a nice touch. And lag bolts are supplied. Negatives: 1. The 4 stairs at the top, with the insulation behind them, means that you only can put the front of each foot on the stair. On my old ladder you could put your foot further in because there was no insulation to block it. 2. When flipping the middle section down to go up the ladder there is a lot of sway side to side until the ladder has been put on the floor. It feels like I could twist it and break it if I wanted to. My wooden one was much sturdier that way. 3. EVERYTHING on this ladder is riveted. I hate rivets. My old ladder had mostly nuts and bolts. 4. Not sure the insulation will help much since it doesn't cover the full surface of the opening. I highly recommend an insulated Attic Stairway Cover like the 'Duck Brand Attic Stairway Cover' or similar. I have the Duck Brand one which has a fabric skirt on the bottom which seals uneven surfaces very well. Neutrals: 1. The part you see from underneath is fiberboard, my old ladder was a thin sheet of plywood that I stained. This can only be painted. Overall I would recommended this one, unless there is another one out there that is bolted together, then I would buy that one instead. Hope this review helps.
by NHMaina
1 person found this helpful
Works great very happy with this ladder...
Works great very happy with this ladder
by HomeDepotCustomer
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The "new" version is a nice upgrade. It has 1" foam insulation between the ladder and door panel....
The "new" version is a nice upgrade. It has 1" foam insulation between the ladder and door panel. Easy to install if you're comfortable with framing and using 3 1/2" screws. You'll also need some shims.
by Rambo
3 people found this helpful
Watch the installation video first!!!
This is a nice pull down ladder. PROS: Delivered straight to the house quickly. Fairly easy to install with TWO people if you do your prep work. Insulated panel Fit tall ceiling in my garage (10'-1") Written instructions were decent. Can install in a few hours. CONS: Install video doesn't match written instructions 100% (written instructions are more clear) Tread depth at top of stairs is a little precarious as other reviewers said. The exposed panel (the panel you look at when it's closed) is made of inexpensive pressed board so attaching something to make it look good or blend in with your ceiling is a little bit of a pain. Overall its a good ladder that I would recommend.
by BigAl
3 people found this helpful
This aluminum Louisville Ladder is far superior Werner ladders. All reviews pointed to this ladde...
This aluminum Louisville Ladder is far superior Werner ladders. All reviews pointed to this ladder and I'm very pleased with it. Looks great in my garage. I would highly recommend this ladder. It does help greatly if 2 people work to install it.
by Marko
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by HomeDepotCustomer
Steps could be a little deeper....
Steps could be a little deeper.
by HomeDepotCustomer
Perfect fit and love the attic struts versus old, unsafe seeming spring hinges. Worked out great ...
Perfect fit and love the attic struts versus old, unsafe seeming spring hinges. Worked out great so far.
by Chad
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