A-Frame Ladders

Don't metaphorically reach new heights; literally do it with our products.

Small Ladders and Medium-Sized Ladders Just For You. 

With over 20+ options available, our A-Frame ladder product offering will ensure that you are able to complete whatever job you are working on. These heavy-duty ladders are often OHSA certified meaning that some giant company should buy a bunch and make us profitable as well. 

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We plan on manufacturing our own products, but need the GoFundMe to help.

Pending a succesful GoFundMe, our small ladders and medium-sized ladders will be part of our Baby Border Buster Collection. There will be no need to call a doctor if these ladders stay erect longer than four hours.

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A Comparison of Ladder Material

The only thing dryer than the content you are about to read is the wood from a ladder left out in the sun. 

Wood Ladders

Wood ladders are cheap. That is the only good thing about them. They can't hold much weight and don't last very long. Most wood ladders are used for aesthetic purposes. Some uses for them are below: 

  • Background for your Instagram photos to assist in your non-existant modeling career. 
  • Hanging towels and blankets on
  • Givng to your neighbor so you can laugh at their inevitable splinter.

Aluminum Ladders

Aluminum ladders tend to be low cost (close to the cost of wood). They are also light weight, but they do conduct electricity...electricions beware.

Aluminum ladders are the less-expensive alternative to fiberglass. Some uses are below

  • Getting electracuted because you cheaped out on fiberglass.
  • Basic home repair
  • Real-estate agent gifts to customers. 

Fiberglass Ladders

Our go-to recommendation. They don't conduct electricity (need to verify) and are strong enough for most professionals. The cost is not to high, so you should go on our site and buy one for you and your neigbor, 

Steel Ladders

Jet fuel can melt steal beams and they can melt steel ladders. That being said, nothing really beets steal in terms of durability. The biggest drawback is they tend to be heavier.