Loft E Ladder is superior to anything else available in South Africa
Loft Ladders are often also referred to as any of these mentioned below:
Attic ladder, Pull Down Ladders, Drop Down Ladders, Loft ladder, Trapdoor ladder, and Extension staircase but we are unconcerned about the terms of reference so long as you find us.
It is proudly South African and First for Safety, Adjustability, Durability and Lifetime usage.
Made from extruded certified Aluminium with 75mm finely ribbed non slip treads and handrail, has a 150kg rating and projects into the roof space for stability when stepping off the top tread onto the flooring.
Adjustability, with two sizes available they adjust from to suit ceiling heights from 2,2 metres up to 3,5 metres.
Durability, because unlike its wooden counterpart it does not expand and contract with extreme climatic changes causing instability.
Life Time Use & Once Off Purchase, because the design allows for Loft E Ladder to be removed and reinstalled if you move home.
- Counter Balanced, Spring Controlled, a light pull down to access and a light upward pressure to stow away. (Loft E Ladder can be accessed or stowed away in less than 15 seconds.)
- Enclosures (Trapdoors) are made to measure to suit differing dimensions of roof trusses.
- Fittings are Epoxy coated, Gliders are Nylon and all nuts and bolts are galvanised.
- Loft E Ladder is 100% made in South Africa, has a 150kg rating and suitable for Home, Light Industrial and Commercial use.
Although we live in the Space Age, most people are experiencing a SHORTAGE OF SPACE, especially storage space. Before moving to a larger home consider creating more space by using the loft.
Where better to store:
- Camping gear,
- Boxes etc…
- The List is Endless
CLEAR THE GARAGE AND GET THE CAR BACK IN (YOUR SECOND BIGGEST INVESTMENT)
It is worth knowing that by laying flooring in the Loft you are also providing moderate insulation but we often insulate before flooring which creates double insulation and lower electricity costs.
We work in all areas North South East and West of Cape Town: Paarl, Stellenbosch, Somerset West, Strand, Gordons Bay, Kleinmond, Hermanus, Simonstown, Fish Hoek, Glencairn, St James, Muizenberg, Marina de Gama, Plumstead, Kommetjie, Sun Valley, Noordhoek, Tokai, Constantia, Wynberg, Hout Bay, Llundudno, Camps Bay, Bakoven, Clifton, Bantry Bay, Seapoint, Fresnaye, Greenpoint, Bo Kaap, Cape Town, Woodstock, Observatory, Mowbray, Rosebank, Newlands, Rondebosch, Claremont, Kenilworth, Kenwyn, Wynberg, Diep River, Meadowridge, Century City, Milnerton, Parklands, Tableview, Sunningdale, Blouberg, Big Bay, Melkbos, you name it we go there. Johannesburg, Pretoria, Durban.