Sealin' Hatch weatherization attic hatch
With cold weather fast approaching, stopping the energy loss in your home with simple winter weatherization products is a no-brainer. The average home loses up to 20% of its energy where you might least expect it–your attic hatch. As one of the most critical exterior openings of a home, give your hatch some extra attention this year. Sealin’ Hatch is a completely assembled and insulated attic access system designed specifically to save the builder and homeowner time, energy and money, whether building or remodeling. The simple Sealin’ Hatch is a great do-it-yourself project that installs in just minutes and makes an immediate energy-saving impact.
Most attics have poorly or non-insulated attic access holes with no air seals. The Sealin’ Hatch is insulated by an attached 75% recycled cotton fiber insulation that is safe for the installer, homeowner and the environment. With strategically installed air seals, the Sealin’ Hatch stops the 20% air leakage associated with typical attic openings, saving you precious energy.
Featuring sturdy construction, the Sealin’ Hatch weatherization attic hatch does not require rough-in or extra framing. Painted trim molding and panels are also featured, offering flexibility during construction and providing a consistent and professional appearance throughout your home. This superb new insulated attic access door installs in just 5 minutes, and even includes the six screws necessary for installation.
The Sealin’ Hatch is available in both Ceiling and Wall-Knee Attic Models. The Ceiling Attic Hatch models are available in two convenient sizes (14″ x 22.5″) and (22.5″ x 30.5″) for your unique installation needs. The Wall-Knee Attic Hatch is made specifically for easy through-the-wall access attics and is available in two standard sizes, (14″ x 22.5″) and (22.5″ x 32″). Custom sizes and specifications are also available.
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