Here’s how it works: A rectangle is framed out in your ceiling, usually next to the attic entrance. Into this opening the SpaceLift cargo lift is installed, with its deck covering the hole much like an attic access panel. A lifting mechanism, secured to the attic joists, raises and lowers the SpaceLift cargo tray by four strong steel cables at its corners. Watch the demo video below to see it in action.
Toiling up and down ordinary stairs with tubloads of stuff is bad enough. Trying to do the same thing with flimsy folding attic stairs – or worse a standalone ladder – presents an even more serious danger. A SpaceLift cargo lift is to your attic what a dumbwaiter is to the rest of your house. By motorizing the process of moving stuff up and down from the attic, the SpaceLift system makes it easier for you to properly utilize the space above the ceiling.
What about safety?
Order direct and install DIY
Due to the comparatively low complexity of installing the SpaceLift system, we offer direct sales to the public via another website, AtticLift.net. On that site, you can order a SpaceLift unit with your credit card, which will be delivered ready for you or a qualified contractor to install.
SPACELIFT 5200-S 22" SERIES ATTIC LIFT - With Garage Wall-Mount Controls
SPACELIFT 5200-S SERIES ATTIC LIFT 22″ – With Garage Wall-Mount Controls. Exclusive Low-Profile Design The SpaceLift 5200-S Series attic lifts install easily between joists in a framed opening in the floor. Dimensions: Model 5222-S – 7 H x 22 W x 57.5 L inches 200-Pound Loads with up to 24 Cubic Ft Capacity
SPACELIFT 5200-S 28" SERIES ATTIC LIFT - With Garage Wall-Mount Controls
Exclusive Low-Profile Design The SpaceLift 5200-S Series attic lifts install easily between joists in a framed opening in the floor. Dimensions: Model 5228-S – 7 H x 28 W x 57.5 L inches. 200-Pound Loads with up to 24 Cubic Ft Capacity