Roof Ladders

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Roof ladders, cat ladders or roof access ladder systems, whatever you call them, we have a wide range of roof ladders available allowing you to simply access a roof via the ladder method. We have a variety of roof ladders available including both single roof ladders and double roof ladders as well conservatory maintenance ladders which are ideal for working on the roofs of conservatories and motorhomes. Our range of roof ladders makes roofing jobs safer for trained professionals, we provide aluminium roofing ladders from Lyte, Werner and Chase in aluminium upto a height of 10m. If working on a roof a risk assessment should be carried out to minimise risks and to select the right equipment for the job in hand. For more information when using roof ladders and cat ladders check out our guide; How to use a roof ladder

A ladder for a roof contains a ridge hook and wheels to easily manoeuvre your roof ladder over the roof without damaging tiles.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What Is A Roof Ladder?

A roof ladder is simply a section of ladder that comes with a ridge hook to be used on pitched roofs to carry out repairs and maintenance. Your roof ladder is usually placed upside down on the roof and moved into position with the wheels then flipped when it reaches the pitched roof. Accessing a roof safely should be considered in the risk assessment before making a decision on the equipment you are using to complete the task in hand. A ladder for a roof is typically manufactured from aluminium due to the robust and lightweight properties, however fibreglass options are available on request.

Do Roof Ladders Damage Tiles?

Roof ladders are designed to not damage roof tiles, the strong hook and wheels help provide a smooth gliding mechanism over the roof to avoid damaging tiles. Roof ladders will not damage roof tiles provided they are used correctly. When adding a roof ladder to a sloping roof ensure the wheels are on first to allow them to safely glide over tiles without damage.

Do I Need an Extension Ladder To Access The Roof?

Are There Standards For Roof Ladders?

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