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Attic Dek Flooring -Pack of 4 panels (Gray) (24" x 16")

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  • Color: Gray
  • Size: 24" x 16"
  • Strong and sturdy.
  • Requires no measuring or cutting.
  • One square supports up to 200 pounds.
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Attic Dek Flooring -Pack of 4 panels (Gray) (24" x 16") + Louisville Ladder AA229GS Elite Aluminum Attic Ladder 350 Pound Capacity 22.5-Inch by 54-Inch Opening Ceiling Height 7-Foot-9-Inches to 10-Foot
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 25.2 x 16.5 x 5 inches ; 20 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 17 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000658MBI
  • Item model number: attic1624
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #393,844 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Product Description

Get your attic together! Attic Dek is the only storage system designed specifically for unfinished attic space over a garage or under a roof. The prefabricated plastic panel squares are secured with screws to the attic floor joints to create flooring space for storage or a stepping stone pathway to get to hard to reach spaces. Attic Dek panels require no measuring or cutting. Each has five prefabricated holes for screws to be secured into the attic floor joists. Installation is quick and easy. Strong and sturdy, one square has been tested to support 250 pounds. Available in 24" x 16" squares (pack of four). Screws included. Please see zoom for examples of item in use. .


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Customer Reviews

Easy to install.
Ron
We have some sloppy contractors in our area, and yet, all of the areas I covered with these panels fit perfectly, with the tabs between panels interlocking just fine.
Dr. Sam Beckett
First, the 24 Inch Attic Dek is not a square panel, as you might think.
Joel R. Barber

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

42 of 45 people found the following review helpful By Dan on February 10, 2009
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Shortened version of this review:

-These panels look good and are sturdy, but they probably will not fit your attic. If they took out the notches on the bottom and added more screw holes to allow a better margin of error, they'd have a very nice product.

-The return policy is simply unacceptable.

Long version of this review:

These panels are nice and sturdy, but the underside of the panels have notches to help them fit more snug. That's good except that means that your attic must be built *exactly* the way they designed these, and not all attics are made equal. Only the first row fit for me. My row #2 was 23 inches, and these did not fit. My only hope was to turn them upside down, thus exposing the knee-hurting, eye-sore notches.

The next problem was that the screw holes are in one location. If you lucked up and the panel actually fit correctly, then you still need to cross your fingers in that the screw holes actually line up over the wood. My screw holes on row #2 missed the wood completely.

Anyway, I gave up after I couldn't find a reasonable compromise and decided to return these. I bought two packs for $100 (with $10 shipping included). I emailed them through Amazon to get a refund going. During the course of a week, I found out:

-It says Aisle 77, but these are actually sold by JNK Products.
-They do not refund shipping.
-They said they paid $25 shipping (putting my refund at $75).
-You are required to ship them back on your own expense.

If I wanted to return these to get $75 out of my $100, I'd have to ship it back myself.
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29 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Pete M. on April 11, 2005
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I'm one of those people who's kinda sorta handy, but for some reason I STINK when it comes to measuring & cutting wood, and making it fit in places where it wouldn't normally go. Our attic is just beams & insulation, and until last spring didn't even have an entrance beyond a 3-foot by 4-foot hole in the ceiling.

But my wife and I were determined to use this space for storage. We had a fold-down attic ladder/door installed, but then nothing else was done for almost a whole year after that. The daunting task now awaited us of buying a TON of plywood, measuring it so that it would fit through the door- yet be wide enough to lay over the beams, cutting it all up, and lastly finding a reliable way to secure it to the beams- all the while trying to work in a confined space that was hot as blazes in the summer or bone-chilling in the winter.

That's where Attic Dek came in. I remember someone telling me they had seen or heard about some type of attic flooring at a home/trade show, and I decided to punch 'attic flooring' into Google & see what turned up. Attic Dek was one of the first results, and I knew almost immediately that I wanted it for my own project. The salespeople at Attic Dek were extremely nice, but they first suggested I order one pack of the panels (I needed the more expensive 24"), and see how I liked it. Needless to say, I called back a few weeks later to place my order of 10 more packs.

It's just an ingenious invention- the way the panels interlock with each other makes installation VERY easy- you can even offset the panels if you have one area that's wider than another. They all just fit together perfectly...
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Dr. Sam Beckett on April 2, 2007
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I installed this recently and have no qualms at all. Installation was nearly trouble-free, and the product is easily as strong as advertised.

There are three prevailing gripes that are lost on me. First is the complaint that the 16x16 packs are the better value. Maybe so, but if your joists are 24" apart, you must use the 24x16 panels - the 16x16 ones will be too short to fasten to your attic's floor. Second are complaints that uneven spacing between joists will prevent installation. We have some sloppy contractors in our area, and yet, all of the areas I covered with these panels fit perfectly, with the tabs between panels interlocking just fine. Finally, some have said the supplied screws are weak and will break during installation. My 18V drill didn't break a single one, and I installed 20 of these panels (that's 100 screws total) in one setting.

The only improvement I would like to see are pre-cut notches for stubborn wiring. I ran into several tightly secured wires running across joists that could not be moved. I had to cut out notches with a Dremel to accommodate them and put the given panel where I wanted. Not a big deal, but it did slow me down - it's the single difficulty I encountered.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Suzy T. Hall on December 1, 2010
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I am writing just to counter the previous reviewer. I know he's right about not using your attic for storage BUT we live in a small house and there's a hole in my garage ceiling and I just NEED that space for Christmas decorations. For years we have just had plywood boards over the joists (with NO insulation!), but I bought some of these and we put down 3 1/2 inches of insulation under them. We are covering a small area so the rest of the attic has the high uncompressed insulation you are supposed to have. If you are going to use your attic for storage, this product is easy to install. It is not comfortable to kneel on and in a VERY low space like ours its one-inch height takes up a much-needed one inch of space, but those are the only down-sides I'm aware of. (It looks kind of cool up there right now.)
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