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Roof Ladders

A wide range of roof ladders (also known as cat ladders) specialist roof access systems, conservatory ladders and roof accessories. This page also consists of a single section, double section roof ladders as well as extension pieces. Our range of cat ladders are available from a range of manufacturers including Lyte, Werner and Chase and are BS EN131 Kitemarked and Class 1 compliant. Available in aluminium, fibreglass, steel and timber up to 10 metres long. You can also find Roof Accessories and high-level staging systems here too. 

If you call them roof ladders or cat ladders you will find a wide variety here, perfect for work on sloping roofs. For more information and advice when using your Cat/Roof ladder feel free to check out How to use a Roof Ladder guide

Conservatory & Gardening Ladders can also be found here 

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  1. LFI PRo Double Section Roof Ladders
    In stock
    Range Features
    • Extended Height Upto 7.3m
    • For Pitches Between 25 & 55°
    • Made In The UK
    Model H8RD

    Starting at £242.48 £202.07

  2. LFI PRo Single Section Roof Ladders
    In stock
    Range Features
    • Extended Heights Upto 5.5m
    • For Pitches Between 25 & 55°
    • Made In The UK
    Model H8RL

    Starting at £207.84 £173.20

  3. Youngman 2 Section Roof Ladders
    In stock
    Range Features
    • Extended height between 4.89m - 8.25 m 
    • Suitable for roof slopes of between 15° and 55°
    • 150kg load capacity suitable for Trade use

    Starting at £257.99 £214.99

  4. Heavy Duty Industrial Extending Roof Ladders
    In stock
    Range Features
    • Extended Ladder Lengths From 4.95 to 8.05m
    • Designed For Use With Work Restraint Systems
    • Serrated Round Rungs At 300mm Centres For Greater Safety
    Model CRLHD

    Starting at £336.72 £280.60

  5. Werner 2 Section Roof Ladders
    In stock
    Range Features
    • Extended Ladder Lengths From 4.89 to 8.25m
    • Heavy Duty Roof Hook Reshaped For A Superior Fit On Roof Apex
    • Easier To Transport Than A Single Section Ladder

    Starting at £256.87 £214.06

  6. Single Section Industrial Roof Ladder
    In stock
    Range Features
    • Ladder Lengths From 3.75 to 5.55m
    • Serrated Round Rungs At 300mm Centres For Greater Safety
    • Smooth Oval Box-section Stiles 64 x 25mm (Industrial Strength)

    Starting at £179.99 £149.99

  7. 2 Section Industrial Roof Ladder
    In stock
    Range Features
    • Extended Ladder Lengths From 4.95 to 8.05m
    • Smooth Oval Box-section Stiles 64 x 25mm (Industrial Strength)
    • Manufactured In UK To Class 1 Standard

    Starting at £223.75 £186.46

  8. Lyte 2 Section Trade Roof Ladder
    In stock
    Range Features
    • Extended Ladder Lengths From 4.6 to 7.7m
    • Lightweight, Yet Robust & Sturdy
    • Heavy Duty Ridge Hook 

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    Starting at £284.80 £237.33

  9. Lyte Single Section Roof Ladder
    In stock
    Range Features
    • Ladder Lengths From 3.0 to 5.5m
    • Lightweight, Yet Robust & Sturdy
    • Heavy Duty Ridge Hook

        - Free Next Day Delivery -     

    Starting at £167.94 £139.95

  10. Youngman Single Section Roof Ladders
    Out of Stock
    Range Features
    • Ladder length between 4.53 m - 6.27 m
    • Suitable for roof slopes of between 15° and 55°
    • 150kg load capacity suitable for trade use

    Starting at £252.65 £210.54

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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.  

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.  

Do I need an extension ladder to access the roof? 

When using a roof ladder an extension ladder is required to get access to the roofline. To use a roof ladder is typically taken up an extension ladder and placed on the roof. When doing this be sure not to exceed the maximum weight load of the extension ladder you are using.  

Are there standards on roof ladders? 

There are currently no standards on roof ladders, however, the Ladder Association are working with BSI to set some safety and design standards for the use of roof ladder. This means at current roof ladders can be built to EN131 or the old Class 1 standard to make them safe for use, watch this space for updates on this classification.