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“Televator” Makes Attic Access Easy

Monday, June 25, 2007 posted by Tommi Crow

Luggage, Holiday Decorations, High School Year Books, Baby Beds packed long ago…for most of us, the list of boxes and items we save for future use quickly stack up and block access to items we need today. What to do? Simply look up. Not to heavens, but to all that space above our heads…the attic.

If you have determined that the attic is safe for storage, but you haven’t determined how to get there safely and conveniently, the telescoping attic ladder named Televator may be the answer.

Unlike traditional folding access stairs, the Televator requires little effort to use and less room to open and set up. It’s unique design makes it an excellent choice for the small closets and hallways where attic access is usually located. If you have a hole in your ceiling, the unit is easy to install, even for do-it-yourselfers. Televator is completely assembled and the only tools required for installation are a drill and a wrench for putting in the lag bolts.

The Televator can handle up to 250 lbs and the 8 foot model retails for around $199. The Televator may be just the answer for storing seldom used items right over your head. For more information or to locate a dealer visit