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Werner AA10 250-Pound Duty Rating Televator Aluminum Universal Telescoping Attic Ladder, 10-Foot

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  • Allows access to untapped storage
  • Minimum 22-inch by 22-inch opening required
  • Fits a wide range of ceiling heights
  • Easy one-person installation
  • Compact for easy opening and storage, Floor to Ceiling Height Range to 7'4" to 10'3"
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Product Description

Product Description

"TELEVATOR" TELESCOPING ATTIC LADDER
  • 250 lb. load capacity (combined weight of user and materials)
  • Floor to ceiling range: 74" to 103"
  • Ladder width: 21-1/4"
  • Rail dimensions: 5/8" x 2- 7/8" wide
  • Steps are 2-7/8" wide
  • Fits 22" x 22" or larger opening
  • Access to untapped attic storage
  • Fits 22" x 22" or larger opening
  • Installs in closets, hallways or other tight spaces
  • One person installation
  • Non-marring feet
  • Assist pole for open and close
  • Door not included due to various opening sizes
  • Door hardware is included
  • Works where folding stairs wont fit New attic ladder takes less space than conventional attic ladder.

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Werner AA Series Televator Telescoping Attic Ladders go where other attic ladders simply can't. Ideal for small openings, closets, and other tight spaces, these ladders are designed for easy one-person installation and can help you quickly and inexpensively gain access to your attic.

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AA Series Televator
Telescoping Attic Ladders
At a Glance:
  • Allows access to untapped storage

  • Minimum 22-inch by 22-inch opening required

  • Fit a wide range of ceiling heights

  • Easy one-person installation

  • Compact for easy opening and storage
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Televator
The Televator features non-marring feet
to keep your floors free of scratches.
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Gain Quick Access to Your Attic
When you install a Werner AA Series Televator Telescoping Attic Ladder in a closet, hallway, or other tight space, you immediately utilize untapped storage, creating space for bins and boxes that might otherwise clutter up your home or garage. Adding this ladder eliminates unsafe climbing practices when you're trying to access storage space, and the telescoping design makes it easy to use.

Strong and Reliable
With wide 2-7/8-inch steps and sturdy rails with eased edges, these professional quality ladders offer optimal stability, so you can safely carry items up and down. Each AA Series ladder has a load capacity of 250 pounds (combined weight of the person and what they're carrying), has a compact design, and features non-marring feet to keep your floors free of scratches.

Easy, One-Person Installation
AA Series attic ladders have a floor-to-ceiling height range of 7 feet 4 inches to 10 feet 3 inches. They can be installed into any opening with a minimum of 22 inches by 22 inches, and they have a comparable clearance to traditional 25-inch-wide attic ladders. Hardware for the door is included (door not included), and one person can complete the easy installation process alone--no cutting is required.

Once the ladder is installed, an included assist pole allows for safe opening and closing without straining your back or arms.

About Werner: The Pros' Choice
Werner, the most trusted name in ladders, is preferred by pros more than any other brand. For over 60 years, pros have looked to Werner to supply their climbing equipment needs. Werner manufactures a full line of safe, professional-grade products for any job, and it builds its ladders to withstand even the most challenging tasks--that's why Werner ladders are found on more jobsites than any other brand.

What's in the Box
AA Series Televator Telescoping Attic Ladder; door hardware and templates; and instruction manual. (Plywood for the door is not included).


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Model Number Size (feet) Rough Opening(inches) Floor-to-Ceiling
Height Range (feet)
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Ladder
Width (inches)
Approximate
Cubic Feet
Per Unit
Approximate
Shipping
Weight (pounds)
AA8 8 22 x 22 (W x L) 7-1/3 to 8-1/3 19-7/8 2.6 44
AA10 10 22 x 22 (W x L) 7-1/3 to 10-1/4 19-7/8 2.9 50


Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number AA10
Item Weight48 pounds
Product Dimensions32 x 8 x 22 inches
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Item model numberAA10
Size10-Foot
Item Package Quantity1
Warranty DescriptionNo
  
Additional Information
ASINB000WU7RGS
Best Sellers Rank #230,414 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight48 pounds
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
International Shipping This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
Date First AvailableJuly 25, 2007
  
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Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

89 of 90 people found the following review helpful By Regular Amazon Shopper on July 6, 2007
Size: 8-Foot
I bought a 8' televator ladder. The ladder installation was simple. The instruction were great (and I am not a handy person). They claim it's a one person job. I found that to be quite true. There is a well thought out installaiton procedure and well designed parts (assuming you read directions carefully). The only down side is that it does not come with a door. I assume this is because the opening sizes vary so much. They do provide all the necessary hardware and (excellent) templates for drilling holes. You have to measure, buy and finish is the plywood for the door. Unfortunatly this can be pricey. I had to buy a whole 4x8 sheet of birch plywood and only used a fraction of it. The directions for the door assembly are a little less clear than the ladder install but I managed with out too much hassle. The only other thing I can think of now that I didn't think about when I was installing was that the ladder reduces the overall size of the attic access hole. We now have to re-box some things in the attic so we can fit them through the smaller access. Some bigger things in the attic may require removal of the stairs but I think that won't be too bad to do if/when I need to do it. It is great not having to stash a step ladder upstairs any more. I knew I had to do something after my wife fell off the step ladder while climbing out of the attic one day. This is a great alternative when you don't have the space for a real set of stairs.

February 2012: Just a quick update. I bought this ladder in 2007. Now, in 2012 it is still working great. The door latch broke a year ago and the company sent me a replacement immediately at no cost. Other than that, I have had no issues with this product and would buy it again in a heartbeat.
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34 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Ryan P. Kennedy on October 24, 2008
Size: 8-Foot
This product is great for DIY installation. As long as your attic opening is at least 22"x22" then it works perfectly. It took about 1 hour to install the ladder itself. The manual is pretty clear on which tools you need. It does not come with a door, but does include all the hardware and templates required to create your own, which is actually pretty easy. You can get a 4x4 piece of 1/2" birch or oak plywood at Lowe's or Home Depot for about $15. They will even cut it to dimensions for you in the store so you don't have to deal with ripping the plywood. Bring your opening measurements (plus 1.5 inches in each dimension) and you are set. Add some corner trim or wainscoting cap around the edges to make it blend in better, just make sure you put the trim on last. The only tool required that may not be common is a 2" hole saw for the latch in the door. My only complaint was that the last few steps of the directions for building the door were a bit shaky (they even inserted a corrected page that was still off a bit). Other than that, this is a fantastic product.
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52 of 56 people found the following review helpful By S. Richards on July 23, 2008
Size: 8-Foot Verified Purchase
Finally--a pull-down attic ladder for homes with small attic openings!!! I've been searching for soemthing like this for years, and I'm so glad that Werner has finally developed a product to meet the attic access needs of the rest of us! It's exactly what I've been looking for!

The ladder arrived well-packaged with all the necessary parts logically organized into separate bags for each step of the process--including the parts for the attic door (which is not included). The instructions left nothing to chance--they were were well-conceived, well-written, and easy to follow, ensuring a relatively simple installation process (at least for the ladder installation part; the attic door installation is another story).

The product description claims that the installation is a one-person job, but my dad and I did it together and I think it was a lot easier that way. He had read the instructions ahead of time, but when we actually got to the installation, having two people allowed us one person to organize the parts, read the instructions, and hand parts and tools up to the person standing on the ladder doing the work. We spent approximately 2-1/2 hours on the ladder installation, and another hour or so on the door installation.

The only drawback to such helpful instructions was that they are so detailed that you have to actually READ the instructions very carefully or you may miss an important detail. The instruction manual was not designed to be skimmed, and when I paged through it looking for answers to specific questions, those answers never popped out at me--even if I had already seen that information somewhere.
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41 of 43 people found the following review helpful By fernando figueroa on October 20, 2011
Size: 10-Foot Verified Purchase
Length: 2:19 Mins
I installed mine yesterday and WAO this is awesome !!!! the installation manual is the best, only one person is necessary to install it , and the quality of the ladder is very very good, HIGHLY recommended, see the video
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30 of 31 people found the following review helpful By G. Mills on September 16, 2009
Size: 8-Foot Verified Purchase
As many of the reviews have stated, this is a great product that fills a need well.

One detail not covered in the product description relates to the choice of 8ft versus 10ft version where the attic joists are more than 4 to 6 inches high. I live in a custom home where the joists are 2x12 and found that the 8ft ladder was not tall enough despite having an 8ft ceiling height. If the ladder is mounted near the bottom of the joist the ladder cannot pivot out sufficently to allow easy climbing, that is, it ends up being almost vertical. Mounting the ladder higher up on the joist resulted in a ladder not quite long enough to reach the floor. Ray at Werner customer support stated that an additional collapsing step was simply not available. He suggested 3 solutions: 1. Exchange the ladder for the 10ft model; 2. Cut the joist down to a smaller size (which would result in a joist not properly designed to support the roof load; or 3. Build a wooden box to put under the ladder at the base (certainly not convenient for use or storage). Since we had already partially installed the ladder, returning it wasn't an option. The only difference between the 8ft and 10ft model is additional collapsing steps with side rail pieces, so I can't understand why someone couldn't just grab a step from the assembly bins and ship it out, especially since Ray stated that this situation had happened before. Obviously customer support had not bothered to address this issue or mention it to the people creating marketing information for this product. The solution we used was to use a couple of pieces of 3/8" x 3" x 20" aluminum to extend the legs of the ladder the additional 6 inches we needed.
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