- Very easy to use for any job site or cleaning task
- Sturdy, well-built, and incredibly versatile
- The perfect ladder for tall buildings
Up to 22 feet long, up to 33 configurations, aircraft-grade aluminum, wide-flared legs, stable, holds up to 250 pounds, exceeds ANSI and OSHA safety standards, and features. an extendable side.
Pricey and hard to extend and lock ladder.
Design: This ladder is the most versatile on the market, thanks to the fact that it can be adjusted in up to 33 different configurations: from A-frame ladder to extension ladder to 90-degree ladder to three scaffolding platforms. It extends up to 22 feet long, with a standing platform up to 15 feet off the ground. If you live in tall buildings, this ladder is just what you need.
The build is also quite excellent. It's made from aircraft-grade aluminum, with a wide-flared base that offers extra stability. Sadly, the extension part of the ladder is a bit challenging at first, and locking the ladder in place can be difficult.
Weight Limit: The ladder has a 250-pound weight rating, making it suitable for most users.
Safety: The ladder is built to exceed all ANSI and OSHA safety standards, and it's as safe a ladder as it gets, no matter what position it's in. There's even a side extension that increases stability on uneven ground—it's like the ladder has SIX feet instead of four!
Price: At $210, this is the priciest ladder on our list, but also the most useful for a construction site. If you're looking for a great work ladder, this is your top pick!
- Rated #3 in 6 Best Ladders