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Lock And Rollin is a flooring solution that lets you turn your unused pesky attic into a storage space. This flooring solution features pre-measured slats that are 32 inches long - making them fit perfectly over your attic joists. All you have to do is attach the slats together for your desired length and roll them out. Say goodbye to measuring and cutting thanks to this flooring solution. They are tough and durable helping you turn your attic into something useful.
The cost of Lock And Rollin is $99.95 and the shipping is FREE! This price was obtained from the As Seen on TV commercial page found at lockandrollinorder.com; however, the company has since ceased selling Lock And Rollin and has taken down the website. Lock And Rollin may still be found for sale on Amazon or Ebay.
Lock And Rollin slats are lightweight making them easy to carry up to your attic. They are 30-40% lighter than regular plywood making transporting them easy.
One of the benefits is that the slats are all pre-measure at 32 inches. This way you do not have to cut them. They are designed to fit on top of your joists with self-aligning countersunk holes. So you do not have to worry about lining anything up because the screw will drill right into the existing joists.
The slats are very durable. They are made out of super strong space age polymers and can hold up to 250 pounds per square foot.
The secret behind Lock And Rollin flooring solution is the patent pending cam-locking hinge which locks the slats together. This in combination with the ledge to ledge load sharing technology makes this flooring extremely durable because it works to double the strength of each connection. The floor is designed to evenly distribute weight which makes it very durable and strong.
The first step to using this type of flooring is to slide and lock the amount of slats together that you are going to want to install. All you have to do is line one edge up with the other and slide one slat into the track of another slat.
Roll them out to start covering your attic joists. Make sure the flooring is lined up with the joists. Remember if two rolls of the flooring have to be attached to one joist then you should line each one up on half of the width of the joist.
Make your way down the flooring and put a screw in each of the countersunk holes.
Using Lock And Rollin flooring can save you an immense amount of time. You do not have to measure or cut anything which saves you time to begin with. The infomercial claims that you can install this type of flooring in 1 / 3 less of the amount of time that it would take to install regular plywood.
The slats had a woodgrain design which gives your attic a fresh and natural look.
When storing personal belongings you always worry about these belongs getting damaged. One of the great things about Lock And Rollin is that this type of flooring is termite proof. It is also mold, mildew and water resistant. Now you can have peace of mind storing your precious items in the attic because you know this flooring keeps them protected.
Although the slats are pre-measured you can cut them yourself if you have to work around a support beam or pipes. Just cut the individual slat to the length you need it to be and attach it to the others.
Underneath the slots there are cable slots where you can run your cable wires. This gives you piece of mind that you will not drill into the wires when you are screwing down the flooring and it makes everything more organized.
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