Many attic stairs are of the folded variety. These compact attic trap door stairs are retracted into the ceiling when not in use and save valuable space. Springs usually supply the tension of attic stairs, and assist in the folding process. Attic stair springs may break or be disconnected from their anchor points in time. To repair the attic springs is either to replace them or reattach them to the spring mechanism. To repair or replace the attic ladder springs, it will require some basic tools and a careful approach.
You should always work on your attic ladder when it is in the closed position. When it opens, stair springs are tense and exhibit too much tension to work safely. Use caution when working with attic springs. The springs are of high strength and as such can cause serious injuries in case of accidental spillage or if the fingers are trapped in the coils. Always wear eye protection goggles and work gloves.
Convenient and easy to operate, so that it could be used by all those who have a good reason to go up to the attic (with the exception of small children, that there are no adults in the attic to do nothing); ergonomic and compact, otherwise, you can simply set a fixed ladder and not waste time and energy on the structure useless and bulky; fireproof. This moment is often overlooked in the construction of a wooden staircase.