Loft & Attic Ladder Installation Services

Lofts (especially above the garage) can be a very handy space for stowing away garage items. However, they can be difficult to access, especially with a poorly installed loft or attic ladder. GaragePro is here to help you with professional loft or attic ladder installations for households across New Zealand. Be assured that your loft and attic ladder installations are in the hands of New Zealand’s best installation experts. Request for a no-obligation free quote to assess if your garage space is able to accommodate a loft or attic ladder.

Our Keylite Loft/Attic Ladders

Having easy access to your roof space is important. That’s why our Keylite Loft/Attic ladders are designed to provide you with safer and more convenient access to your garage loft or attic spaces. What sets Keylite ladders apart is the insulated hatch door, which keeps your home energy efficient. Additionally, the ladder is designed in such a way that it won’t come crashing down on you when you open the hatch. Choose Keylite ladders for a smart and safe solution to accessing your roof space.

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Why Should You Choose GaragePro?

At GaragePro, we can customise a range of garage door insulation solutions to suit your unique circumstances, ensuring that your home is as clean and secure as possible. By choosing Garage Pro, you’ll benefit from:

  • Insulation with the highest thermal rating on the market
  • Products containing no harsh chemicals (unlike other glass-fibre based products)
  • Materials manufactured right here in New Zealand with 100% fully recyclable polyester
  • Flame retardant solutions
  • Service anywhere in New Zealand. We install insulation for garage doors in Christchurch, Auckland, and all across the country

Ready to enhance your garage and expand your living area? Click below to request a free quote (no obligation) for garage door seals and insulation in NZ.

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  • Where is your garage carpet made?

    Our standard garage carpet is made in Belgium, by the biggest manufacturer of versatile needlepunch carpet in the world. Beware of cheap Chinese carpet that is made with a very low GSM and lightweight resin backing. Some of these carpets are literally transparent when held up to the light and will not last long-term. We do have a Chinese option available, however it is of very high-quality rivalling anything on the market.

  • Does the garage carpet come with a warranty?

    Yes, your newly-installed garage carpet comes with a lifetime zippering and de-lamination guarantee, plus a comprehensive colour-fast and manufacturing warranty for 5 years! Our garage carpet installation conforms to the AS/NZS 2455.1 2007 standard for floor coverings which confirms the sub-surface is prepared correctly and ensures a long-lasting fit.

  • Can I drive my car on the garage carpet?

    Of course you can…it is garage carpet after all. If your car is wet, the moisture will simply drain through the carpet onto the concrete and evaporate as normal. When your garage carpet gets dirty it can be cleaned with any carpet cleaning machine. As the carpet is polypropylene, it will not absorb any moisture or dirt. You may notice when it is new that your car will leave indentations in the pile. This is normal, just like the legs of a table leave indentations in other types of carpet (textiles). Over time this will become less noticeable as the carpet flattens more evenly.

  • Will the garage carpet have joins?

    Yes, the average double garage will have one or two joins. All of our joins are ‘double cut’ and glued and are almost invisible! It should be noted that due to manufacturing process, there may be a slight difference in shade between each strip of carpet. This is normal for synthetic carpets.

  • What happens at the front of the garage?

    All of our garage flooring installations are finished at the door with either a rubber transitional strip that is glued in place, or an alloy one that is screwed in place. This finishes the job off and protects the front edge of the garage carpet.

  • Does the door insulation add weight to the door?

    Yes, it adds up to 14kg to a double garage door. This will likely require the door to be adjusted to rebalance the pre-tensioning springs. We can arrange a technician to make the required adjustments to cater for the extra weight if necessary.

  • Where is your door insulation made?

    Our insulation is made specifically for us, in Auckland, from 100% recycled polyester.

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For any enquiries regarding your outdoor living spaces, or to request a quote, please enter your details and your local GaragePro franchisee will be in touch to arrange an appointment as soon as possible.

If you prefer not to give a full address at this stage feel free to book a quote by phone at the free phone number below.

0508 422 532

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