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Offering extension ladders, multi-purpose ladders and stepladders, DeWalt is a brand name that has been trusted since the early 1920’s. Initially started as a woodworking tool manufacturing company, DeWalt has since branched out to offer a wide variety of products.

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DeWalt aluminum multipurpose ladderSmall Photo of aluminum multipurpose ladder

$285.71 - $464.40

DeWalt fiberglass stepladderSmall Photo of fiberglass stepladder

$167.28 - $516.12

DeWalt aluminum stepladderSmall Photo of aluminum stepladder

$73.44 - $448.08

DeWalt lightweight fiberglass stepladderSmall Photo of lightweight fiberglass stepladder

$145.86 - $228.48

DeWalt fiberglass pro grip extension ladderSmall Photo of fiberglass pro grip extension ladder

$655.86 - $1,281.12

DeWalt fiberglass twin front stepladderSmall Photo of fiberglass twin front stepladder

$231.54 - $776.22

DeWalt heavy duty fiberglass stepladderSmall Photo of heavy duty fiberglass stepladder

$205.02 - $610.98

DeWalt Pro Top Fiberglass Extension LadderSmall Photo of Pro Top Fiberglass Extension Ladder

$390.66 - $1,083.24

How Did DeWalt Ladder Start?

Founded in 1922 by Raymond E. DeWalt, the development of DeWalt Inc. was Raymond’s response to increasing demands from his boss to increase work output at a woodworking mill. Offered the position of head of the mill, Raymond met the challenge by designing a yoke and attaching it directly to a motor and saw. He then mounted it on a standard arm, thereby allowing the saw to be raised and otherwise moved to a variety of different angles and settings. The invention did the work of four men while cutting the cost of labor.

Two years later, Raymond formed DeWalt Products Company with offices located in Leola, Pennsylvania. The company started with just one product: an electrical universal woodworking machine named the Wonder-Worker. By 1941, the company was rapidly expanding in response to government demands for wartime machinery. Six years later, the company underwent a massive reorganization as it re-incorporated under DeWalt Inc. and ultimately extended its operations into Canada under the name of DeWalt Canada Ltd.

Over the next several years, Dewalt introduced many new woodworking tools. The company introduced its first metal cutting machines in 1971 followed by its first line of portable electric tools and accessories designed for professionals in 1992. Two years later, the company revolutionized the industry by introducing over 30 new cordless tools, including a 14.4 volt cordless drill/driver and a 5 3/8” cordless saw. Since then, the company has continued to expand and revolutionize power tools and other metal and woodworking items.

Currently, a subsidiary of Stanley Black & Decker, Dewalt Ladder manufactures and sells more than 200 different power hand tools and 800 accessories. Among these accessories is the company’s extensive line of ladders. Built with the same engineering, quality materials and commitment to excellence as the company’s other tools, the ladder line is designed with the professional contractor in mind. Ideal for both home use and for working on the job site, these high-quality ladders are extra sturdy and built to withstand regular use.

Overview of Dewalt Ladder Products

DeWalt Ladder offers a variety of quality products. Among these are:

  • Extension Ladders: Extension ladders are available in both aluminum and fiberglass models ranging in size from 16 to 32 feet. Fiberglass models can hold anywhere from 225 to 300 pounds, while aluminum models can hold anywhere from 225 to 250 pounds.

  • Multi Purpose Ladders: Multi-purpose ladders are available in aluminum ranging in height from 13 to 22 feet and with a load capacity of 300 pounds.

  • Stepladders: Stepladders are available in fiberglass and aluminum. Fiberglass models range in size from 4 to 6 feet with a load capacity of either 225 or 500 pounds. Aluminum models range in height from 2 to 8 with a load capacity of 250 or 300 pounds.