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Ladders

Ladders

Here at BPS Access Solutions we sell a wide range of all different types of ladder. Our selection has been carefully curated to ensure that our customers have only the highest quality ladders to choose from, and our team is always here to help with enquiries.

The type of ladder required for each different job, whether its a commercial or a DIY/home task, varies significantly depending on various factors. These include the height needed to complete the task, the ground surface the ladder will be resting on, whether the ladder will be used indoors or outdoors and the type of task being carried out. Most ladders have features which mean they will perform better in some circumstances and worse in others, but with a bit of prior knowledge you can approach any task prepared.

Within each category we sell a number of different ladders which have varying specifications, such as build material, length and weight rating. You can see the specifications for each ladder on their individual product pages.

Extension ladders

Extension ladders are one of the most common and popular types of ladder among both professional and home users. This is thanks to the fact that they have two or even three extending sections which fold away when not in use. As a result, extension ladders are much longer than they look at first glance and they can be easily transported in the back or on the roof of a vehicle.

Extension ladders can be constructed from a number of different materials, but aluminium is the best choice. It is lightweight and can be carried with ease but also very strong, meaning it can support heavy loads when in use.

Step ladders

Step ladders are used everywhere, from supermarkets to worksites. They dont provide much in terms of height, but they are able to stand on their own which is a massive selling point. This makes them an ideal solution in situations where a bit of extra height is required to carry out a task in the middle of a room or against a delicate wall surface.

Combination ladders

Combination ladders take the extension capabilities of extension ladders and combine them with the four legs found on a standard step ladder. This means that, unlike extension ladders, combination ladders are able to stand without needing to be propped up or supported by another structure. We stock a number of different combination ladders, some of which can also double as stair ladders using the extension function.

If you havent considered a combination ladder before, theyre well worth a look as they are perhaps the ultimate ladder from a versatility perspective.

Telescopic ladders

Telescopic ladders are a form of combination ladder. But unlike standard combination ladders, which have two or three extendable sections, each with multiple rungs, each rung on a telescopic ladder has its own extension mechanism. Because each rung folds away on its own, the size of a fully folded telescopic ladder is much smaller than any other type of ladder. This means that they are the best choice of ladder if you need something small and portable.

Not only is it small and portable, our own telescopic extension ladder is the only such ladder on the market which has received EN131-6 classification.

Industrial ladders

Our range of industrial ladders are designed with the highest weight and durability specifications so that theyre fit for use in industrial applications. Our industrial ladder selection includes industrial extension ladders, industrial step ladders and industrial podium steps.

Fibreglass ladders

We also stock a range of fibreglass ladders which are suitable for applications where electricity may be pose a danger. Because these ladders are non-conductive up to 30,000 volts, they are safe for use in a number of applications where there is a risk of electrocution. Additionally, our fibreglass ladders are strong and durable, meaning they can be depended upon just the same as an aluminium ladder.

Multi purpose ladders

Our multipurpose ladder can be set up in 14 different configurations, making it the ultimate tool for an all-round tradesman or regular home user. It can also be purchased with a number of additional extensions to make it even more customisable, depending on what you may want to use it for.

Roof ladder

Our roof ladders are designed to provide a safe, dependable working structure for roof workers. Strong aluminium frames and hooks which attach the ladders to the roof crest ensure that any jobs carried out on roofs are done so with peace of mind.

Tripod ladders

We stock a number of tripod ladders, which are ideal for applications such as garden maintenance. Tripod ladders function like step ladders, except they have just one leg on one side. This allows them to be set up more conveniently over a surfaces like flower beds or vegetation.