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    Discontinued Attic Dek   16 in. x 24 in. Attic Flooring Panels (4-Pack)

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    • Description

      Add storage space to your attic with the Attic Dek 24 in. x 16 in. Attic Flooring Panels (4-Pack). These plastic attic flooring panels cover 10-2/3 sq. ft. of space and require no measuring or cutting to help make installation easier. The panels can support up to 250 lb. and are vented so insulation can breathe easily.

      • Verify joist spacing before ordering. Number one reason for returns is ordering wrong size
      • Covers 10-2/3 sq. ft. to maximize the storage space in your attic
      • 250 lb. weight capacity lets you store heavy items and provides a supportive walking surface
      • Lightweight plastic attic panels are easy to move and install
      • Vented so insulation can breathe easily
      • Install by laying the panels on top of ceiling joists and securing with the included screws
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      1.5 in
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      1.3 ft
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    • Reviews

      Ratings & Reviews

      100% of customers recommend this product
      Out of 5:
      • Well Designed Product for Attics
      • December 10, 2014
      • Recommended Product

      I needed to work in my attic and provide storage space. My joists are 24" apart, except at the hatch. I had to use wood in that area. Installation is easy, in most cases. Just drop in place and secure.Clear the insulation on the joists first and make sure there are no wires there. If there are wires, you can notch the panel (I don't like cutting into the joists). While laying the panels down, I sealed all cieling openings for wires and boxes with spray foam (makes a BIG difference and will save money on heating and cooling). While up there, I noticed that the insulation installed by the previous owner was very shoddy. A mountain here and barely anything there. So I evened the insulation out, careful not to cover the soffits. These attic panels are very nice looking when installed. I only covered an area about 12'x8'. I also used the panels to extend a path from one side to the other spanning the length of the house to make it easier in the future to get around up there. The panels are not cheap, but if you do it yourself, you're already saving money and if you seal air openings you will save money every year thereafter. The panels are lighter than wood and much easier to handle. When the job is done, it looks very "industrial". The fact that the insulation can breathe is a plus. Finally, since they are open panels (gratings) you can easily add boric acid to the insulation (for pests and mold). I used 64 panels and Home Depot shipped them to me within a few days.

      Pros Alternative for Real Wood, Easy to Install, Stylish, Light Weight
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      55 to 64, Male
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