Extension

Extension Ladders are the most advanced and easy to carry ladder. Extension Ladder consists of portable sliding mechanism where two or more section is joined in a way to make it easily extendable. If you are looking for perfect extension Ladder then order online ladder from Ladderwala.
Self Support Extension

Self Support Extension

* Main extrusion made up of aluminium alloy ā€˜Cā€™ Section 66.6mm x 32mm x 3.18mm thickness. * Material used is of high quality aluminium alloy 6351 Grade HE30, T6 Temper. * Step made up of 26mm dia x 3mm thickness non slip, extra grip round corrugated (fluted pipe) steps. * High quality nylon

Extension Wall Ladder

Extension Wall Ladder

Exceptional torsional rigidity is a key feature of this premium quality industrial grade ladder,made from aluminium,it combines rugged strength and durability,with unrivaled sturdiness and rigidity.Extra large slip resistant feet provide additional safety.Tough,high performance box-selection alloy s

You can experience the easy climbing with extension ladder, which you can carry anywhere, anytime. Online Extension ladder is the most easy to carry and climb on ladder. If you want to decorate or paint your home, you can bring extension ladder at your home and experience its best functionality.

An extension ladder has several rungs that have a dual purpose ā€“ stand on and hold on. Ladder rungs are in a horizontal position attached to the side rails and are normally 12 inches apart. Every aluminium or fiberglass extension ladder is usually either a 20 footer or 40-footer with two sections attached to each other.

If it bothers you, just take the extensions apart, and use a single ladder. Or, you could tie them together or rig a 'lock' so that they absolutely won't come apart. ... Extend the ladder to the length you need and tie the top and bottom sections of ladder rungs together with good rope and good knots.

Extension ladders range in length from 16 feet to 40 feet. Extension ladders, also known as non-self-supported or leaning ladders should extend a minimum distance of 3 feet past the edge they rest against but not more than 4 feet.

Typically, the ladder is operated by a rope which is fastened to the bottom of the extending part of the ladder. The rope runs through a pulley at the top of the stationary part and back down to ground level for the operator to grasp.

When placing your ladder, remember the four-to-one rule: for every four feet of height you have to climb, move the base one foot away from the wall. Set your ladder at the correct angle. Put your toes against the ladder's feet. Stand straight up and extend your arms. The palms of your hands should just reach the ladder's rung.