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Tuesday, April 22, 2014

The 10.5′ Telesteps Telescopic Extension Ladder

Telesteps Extension Ladder
A ladder that is set at a certain height will work perfectly when the point you need to reach is at that height. Sometimes, however that point may still be higher than you can safely go on that ladder. Other times, a ladder that is too tall may not work when needing to cover a lesser distance. During an RV trip, it is not practical to bring along multiple types of ladders, especially in smaller motorhomes when storage space is at a bigger premium. The Telesteps telescopic extension ladder will alleviate those problems by adjusting to the height you need, saving you the hassle and frustration of having a ladder that may be too high or too short. It is easy to use, requiring only a few simple steps.

This Telesteps Telescopic Extension Ladder reaches a full length of 10 1/2 feet, allowing you to reach points up to 14 feet off the ground. The height can also be extended by each step when the full length is not necessary. The ladder position locks in place once extended to ensure safer footing, and easily unlocks when finished. Because the ladder collapses down to 28 inches, it is better to store in an RV than many other types of ladders. It is designed to provide sturdy and safe support, up to 250 lbs.

Besides RV use, this ladder also works for various commercial purposes, as well as around the home. It is perfect anywhere that needs access to high points, but may be short on space. Examples of possible applications include exterior paint jobs, maintenance and creating storage areas.  Always make sure the Telesteps Telescopic Extension Ladder is placed on level ground against a steady surface for maximum safety while in use. It should be set an angle that allows you to keep your balance. An accepted rule is to try to always have 3 contact points on the ladder at the same time to ensure stability. This ladder is intended for use by one person at a time.

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