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Ladders

Whether you’re looking for ladders to carry out DIY at home, commercial ladders for your business, or simply just a step up in the office, we have exactly what you’re looking for at Simply Extinguishers. We have a range suitable for all tasks and environments including warehouse steps, work platforms, extendable ladders, step ladders, loft ladders, along with accessories to ensure the safety of those working at height.

Regardless of your chosen option, our ladders ensure that you can safely and comfortably change lightbulbs, paint ceilings, clean your windows and guttering, reach stock on high shelves, or put things away in the attic.

Which Ladder Is Right For Me?

Storing away compactly and conveniently, our multi-purpose combination ladders are suitable for most jobs. With some featuring as many as 24 possible setups, you can utilise these ladders as a trestle-and-plank scaffolding system, A-frame, extension, staircase, or 90-degree ladder.

For those times when you need to reach high up but cannot store or transport extension ladders due to a lack of space, our telescopic ladders are the ideal choice. Available with a maximum length of over 4 metres, these can be condensed down to under one metre and raised to a length that is suitable for the task at hand. You can easily transport these ladders in a car or van or store them in a garage, cupboard, or shed.

The wide range of warehouse steps that we have available provides solutions for large-scale warehouses with stock stored high up on racking, or even for libraries and archives. Regardless of the task that you need to perform, we have the perfect ladder or work platform to meet your requirements.

When it comes to accessing your loft safely, you must choose a set of loft ladders that safely reach between the floor and through to the loft. Thankfully, our range of loft ladders is the perfect solution – with a compact design ensuring that no extra headroom or storage space is required. What’s more, they are also capable of resisting fire for up to 30 minutes to prevent its spread.

What Do I Need To Do With My Ladders?

First and foremost, it’s incredibly important to choose a set of ladders that are suitable for the task at hand. This can be choosing a ladder which is stable enough in whichever step up you require it for, while it also needs to be tall enough to safely reach your required height. For any instance where you require a ladder to meet a specific standard, you will need to choose a compliant ladder.

Another important consideration is that you need to make sure that anyone who uses a ladder on commercial or public premises has received the appropriate training and that a full risk assessment has been completed beforehand. For those who may only use a ladder from time to time or for anyone working on scaffolding, working at height training should also be provided. A risk assessment may also require the ladder to be secured in some way, or specific fall protection equipment may need to be used.

Additionally, it’s important to perform regular ladder checks. Ensuring that your ladder remains in a safe condition, this allows you to detect any deterioration at the earliest possible opportunity. Taking this into account allows you to prevent an unsafe ladder from being used which could cause potential damage or injury while you can also ensure that any issues can be prevented before they occur.

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Ladders

Whether you’re looking for ladders to carry out DIY at home, commercial ladders for your business, or simply just a step up in the office, we have exactly what you’re looking for at Simply Extinguishers. We have a range suitable for all tasks and environments including warehouse steps, work platforms, extendable ladders, step ladders, loft ladders, along with accessories to ensure the safety of those working at height.

Regardless of your chosen option, our ladders ensure that you can safely and comfortably change lightbulbs, paint ceilings, clean your windows and guttering, reach stock on high shelves, or put things away in the attic.

Which Ladder Is Right For Me?

Storing away compactly and conveniently, our multi-purpose combination ladders are suitable for most jobs. With some featuring as many as 24 possible setups, you can utilise these ladders as a trestle-and-plank scaffolding system, A-frame, extension, staircase, or 90-degree ladder.

For those times when you need to reach high up but cannot store or transport extension ladders due to a lack of space, our telescopic ladders are the ideal choice. Available with a maximum length of over 4 metres, these can be condensed down to under one metre and raised to a length that is suitable for the task at hand. You can easily transport these ladders in a car or van or store them in a garage, cupboard, or shed.

The wide range of warehouse steps that we have available provides solutions for large-scale warehouses with stock stored high up on racking, or even for libraries and archives. Regardless of the task that you need to perform, we have the perfect ladder or work platform to meet your requirements.

When it comes to accessing your loft safely, you must choose a set of loft ladders that safely reach between the floor and through to the loft. Thankfully, our range of loft ladders is the perfect solution – with a compact design ensuring that no extra headroom or storage space is required. What’s more, they are also capable of resisting fire for up to 30 minutes to prevent its spread.

What Do I Need To Do With My Ladders?

First and foremost, it’s incredibly important to choose a set of ladders that are suitable for the task at hand. This can be choosing a ladder which is stable enough in whichever step up you require it for, while it also needs to be tall enough to safely reach your required height. For any instance where you require a ladder to meet a specific standard, you will need to choose a compliant ladder.

Another important consideration is that you need to make sure that anyone who uses a ladder on commercial or public premises has received the appropriate training and that a full risk assessment has been completed beforehand. For those who may only use a ladder from time to time or for anyone working on scaffolding, working at height training should also be provided. A risk assessment may also require the ladder to be secured in some way, or specific fall protection equipment may need to be used.

Additionally, it’s important to perform regular ladder checks. Ensuring that your ladder remains in a safe condition, this allows you to detect any deterioration at the earliest possible opportunity. Taking this into account allows you to prevent an unsafe ladder from being used which could cause potential damage or injury while you can also ensure that any issues can be prevented before they occur.