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Economically priced LOUISVILLE Type 1 Ladders are good for general use applications such as electrical jobs, maintenance work and painting. Non-conductive ladders include plastic tool-tray top with molded-in pail holder and pinchless spreaders. 3" traction-tred aluminum steps. Meets ANSI A14.5 and CSA requirements.
Louisville Ladder eight foot medium duty fiberglass stepladder, with a 250 pound work capacity. Now features Louisville exclusive “Pro Top” designed with innovative features to improve the user’s performance when working electrical, and residential jobs. Pro top includes a magnet tray, hardware tray, curved ergonomic front, drill and tool slots, paint bucket holder, and a pipe or 2x4 holder to increase productivity and extreme durability. Also has pinch resistant spreader braces, slip resistant rubber feet, and double-rivet step construction, secured with six large headed, semi-tubular steel rivets for maximum strength. 30-Percent greater shear strength than solid aluminum rivets, to increase user safety.
The Louisville Ladder, 6' edition, is an excellent centerpiece to any ladder collection. Providing optimal height assistance and extraordinary lightness, owners of the Louisville... Read morePublished 8 days ago by Reiggin Hilderbrand
Yay! a sturdy ladder that I can actually handle without killing myself while at the same time maintaining stability when I'm climbing. Good product.Published 21 days ago by Jean B.
I bought this ladder so I didn't have to pack a 6' everywhere I go for electrical and HVAC service work. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Daniel
Exactly as pictured. This is a pretty standard A frame ladder at a good price. No frills but no complaints with it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Nice and sturdy! Just a bit to heavy but it is the perfect height. The top can hold your tools really nice featurePublished 1 month ago by Adria Rodriguez