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Extension Ladders

Extension ladders are an essential ladder for all types of working at height jobs. Able to reach heights of up to 12 metres and available in aluminium and fibreglass our range of extension ladders are perfect for DIY, Trade and Industrial Use. If you are using an extension ladder for painting or cleaning the gutters we always reccomend you take a look at our additional accessories and ladder stand off guide. 

Extension ladders come in double and triple sections and are compact when not in use making them ideal for storage. Not sure where to start or how to stay safe when using an extension ladder? Check out our extension ladder safety advice or get in touch with our team. 

 

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  1. Hymer Aluminium Double Section Extension Ladders
    In stock
    Range Features
    • Extended Height Between 3.99m - 7.07m
    • EN131 Professional
    • 5 Year Guarantee

        - Free Next Day Delivery -     

    Starting at £126.12 £105.10

  2. LFI 2 & 3 Section Extension Ladders
    In stock
    Range Features
    • Heights Between 4.0 to 9.9 m
    • Two & Three Sections Available
    • Manufactured In The UK

    A Best Selling Extension Ladder

    Starting at £151.96 £126.63

  3. Lyte EN131 Professional 3 Section Extension Ladders
    In stock
    Range Features
    • Heights Between 5.22 to 10.22 m
    • D Shaped Rungs
    • Manufacured In The UK

    Starting at £227.20 £189.33

  4. Trade Triple Section Extension Ladder
    In stock
    Range Features
    • Opening Hight 5.2m - 8.5m
    • Stabiliser Bar For Added Security
    • Made In Britain

     

    Starting at £208.00 £173.33

  5. GRP Triple Section Fibreglass Extension Ladders With Retractable Stabiliser Bar
    In stock
    Range Features
    • Upto 8.40m Extended
    • Retractable Stabiliser Bar
    • Rope Operated On Request
    Model A39W63

    Starting at £499.24 £416.03

  6. GRP Double Section Fibreglass Extension Ladders With Retractable Stabiliser Bar
    In stock
    Range Features
    • Upto 6.8m Extended
    • Retractable Stabiliser Bar
    • EN131 Professional

        - Free Next Day Delivery -     

    Model A39W62

    Starting at £373.08 £310.90

  7. Ultra Compact 4 Section XL Extension Ladder - 3.8 m
    In stock
    Range Features
    • Extended Height of 3.8 m
    • Unique Four Section Ladder
    • Very Compact For Transportation
    Model UCXL-4Section
    £378.00 £315.00
  8. Dmax Double Section Extension Ladders With Retractable Stabiliser Bar
    In stock
    Range Features
    • D Shaped Rung
    • Retractable Stabiliser Bar
    • Extended height between 4.06 m - 8.76 m

    Starting at £129.56 £107.97

  9. Dmax Triple Section Extension Ladders With Retractable Stabiliser Bar
    In stock
    Range Features
    • Extended Heights of 5.56 to 10.06m
    • D Shaped Rungs
    • Retractable Stabiliser Bar

        - Free Next Day Delivery -     

    Model Dmax

    Starting at £186.20 £155.17

  10. Aluminium King Kombo Industrial 3 in 1 Extension Ladder
    In stock
    Range Features
    • Extended Length of 2.6 to 4.2 m
    • Stepladder Height of 0.9 to 1.8 m
    • Step, Extension & Leaning Ladder

    Starting at £261.76 £218.13

  11. Youngman Trade 200 Single Section Ladders
    In stock
    Range Features
    • Heights up to 5.86 m
    • Trade 200 Single Section
    • EN131 Professional
    Model 57010

    Starting at £142.46 £118.72

  12. Trade Double Section Extension Ladders
    In stock
    Range Features
    • Opening Hight 3.7m - 8.1m
    • Stabiliser Bar For Added Security
    • Made In Britain

     

    Starting at £129.60 £108.00

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What angle should my extension ladder be at? 

When using an extension ladder it should be angled at 75 degrees against the wall, the easiest way to remember this is the 1 in 4 rule. This means that the base of the ladder should be positioned so that it is 1 metre away from the building for every four metres of ladder height. This rule should be considered when purchasing the correct height for your extension ladder.  

What is the average house/gutter height? 

The average height to guttering on a single-story house is 3.3m and 5.1m to the roofline. The average of a two-story house gutter height Is 5.7m and 7.6m to the roof. Getting the right height of the ladder is important in these situations. As an example, reaching a roof height of 5.1m would require a ladder of at least 8.5m and reaching a height of 7.6m extension ladder of 10.9m would be required. For more information take a look at the working height specifications on each product and if still unsure contact our team.  

Is it ok to lean a ladder on a gutter? 

It is not safe to lean your ladder on a gutter, the weight of the ladder can damage the guttering and compromise your safety. If you need to work around or near guttering it is a wise choice to use a standoff which allows you to position your ladder off the wall, perfect for working around guttering.  

Can I separate an extension ladder?  

Both double and triple extension ladders under old specifications allowed the user to split them and use them individually as single sections, however with the new EN131 Professional standards this is no longer the case. The majority of all extension ladders now come with extra strong catches for added security however this now means you cannot separate each section. Another reason you are unable to separate extension ladders certified to EN131 professional is that all ladders over 3m require a stabiliser bar.  

How do I make my extension ladder safer? 

Working on extension ladders can be dangerous if you don’t use them correctly. When using an extension ladder you should firstly pre-check the condition of the ladder and ensure it is safe to use. You then should set the correct ladder angle using the one in four rule, secure the feet and provide a level base and if possible tie off the ladder for added security. There is also a range of accessories available that help improve your extension ladders safety such as standoffs and anti-slip mats.