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A stepladder is an essential piece of equipment for any home or workplace. Not only are stepladders relatively light when compared to other types of ladders, but they are available in a variety of sizes to meet your unique needs and situation. Stepladders are also versatile and durable, offering an excellent option for reaching elevated spaces and completing tasks such as changing light bulbs, reaching shelves, hanging pictures are doing other jobs in an elevated area.
All of the ladders within this line are made from non-conductive fiberglass, making them a good choice when doing electrical work. Other safety features include a slip-resistant boot and inside spreader braces, which help to prevent pinched fingers when opening and closing the ladder.
Featuring heavy-duty gusset bracing, the ladders within this series all offer an ANSI Duty Rating of 1A with a total load capacity of 300 pounds. Available heights within this product line include 4-foot, 6-foot, 8-foot and 10-foot varieties, with weights ranging from 14 to 34 pounds. Each of the ladders within this line is red in color and features a molded top with tool slots, which helps to keep tools, equipment and other items within easy reach while working atop the ladder.
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