Folding Attic Tent Installation

1. Measure how high the attic stairs are above the rough frame (2x6). This will determine the height of Attic Tent needed. Attic ladder side rail made with a (1x4) need a 7inch height Attic Tent.

Note: Attic Tent height installed. Attic stairs with ladder side rails made from a (1x5 or 1x6) will require additional clearance, the 13 inch height will be needed. See sizing information on product page.

2. Measure inside width and length of rough fram (2x6 frame.)

3. Place Attic Tent with the zipper heads at the hinge end of the attic stair box.

4. Staple the mounting flange to the rough frame, on all four sides about every 2 -3 inches.

5. Seal between mounting flange and rough frame with a bead of caulk.

Note: View videos on home page to see active installation!

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Wasted Energy

Heating and cooling inefficiencies are the major cause. In most cases, the prevention is simple and inexpensive.

The Attic Tent is an easy and affordable do-it-yourself solution for making your home more comfortable and less expensive to heat in the winter and cool in the summer!

The Attic Tent also stops humidity from entering your home.

Windows & Storm Doors

Each year hundreds of thousands of homeowners pay large sums of money to purchase and install energy efficient windows and doors in their homes.

Yet, they overlook the area recognized as one of the home's hot spots for energy loss — The Attic Opening!

It isn't their fault; before the invention of the Attic Tent there was no practical solution.

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    Mooresville, NC 28115