Telescopic ladders

TeleSteps 1600W Telesteps 1600W 12-1/2-Foot 300-Pound Duty Rating Aluminum Telescoping Extension Ladder with Wide Step

$236.70 including free shipping.

Has anybody done business with this company?

InterNACHI recommends to go to RE WILIAMS same ladder is $329.00 do not make any sense to purchase the same ladder from RE WILLIAMS???/

Feed back requested???

Anybody buying a new telescopic ladder???:roll:

Nope, I have my little giant and I love it.

same here

I will never use one of those things.

Prefer to not get injured .That’s what stools are for.:slight_smile:

Wel I hade my Telescopic laddre for 5 years and it is worn out preety much and trying to decide if I get a new model or not. Just trying to get some feedback. Looking at the prices they do vary quite a bit from one company to another same ladder. Nick pushes RE Williams and they are the higher in price by almost $100.00 when compare to Toolup.com

TeleSteps 1600W Telesteps 1600W 12-1/2-Foot 300-Pound Duty Rating Aluminum Telescoping Extension Ladder with Wide Step

$236.70 including free shipping.

No Way Jose…

I switched to the Extend and Climb from the Telesteps. It seems to be made a little stouter. All ladders are dangerous, be careful out there.

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I never used mine outside only on the inside for the attic.

Brian I see a large grouping there.
How big of a step is it to go over that.

What I mean is are the rungs still equally spaced at that point

ditto…my 2 cents the tele ladders are a pos

I carry my little giant,8’ steep,25’ and a 16’ ext. ladders

ditto

I have a 26’ Little Giant that stays in the garage. I almost strictly use a 14.5’ widestep Telesteps, 300lb version. I would never use one that was not a widestep version, 300 lb version. Makes all the difference to me.

And opening the ladder as shown with the steps bunched at the bottom is contrary to mfrs. instructions. It is a safety issue. But then motorcycles aren’t made to be parked on their side either…:wink:

My Little Giant stays home, while my Telesteps goes to work every day. I like the LG, but it’s too heavy and doesn’t stow nearly as well as the telescoping ladders. I’ve used mine for years and have replaced the feet and bumpers multiple times. Never had any kind of problem with it.

May be time to get a ladder rack…:wink:

I hate my multi-ladder, but hate using my old Van even more.

I don’t think that they make them for Suburbans (at least I have never been able to find one) and it wouldn’t fit in my garage if they did. When I need to access a taller roof, I strap on the 32ft extension ladder.

Well, just like the last time you said this, you are wrong. :stuck_out_tongue: :roll:

The only hazard is the longer last step, there is no detremint to the ladder. :wink:

http://xtendandclimb.com/pdfs/xtend_and_climb_instructions.pdf

as for ladder racks, at 75 or 80 I do not need a giant tuning fork on my roof. :smiley:

Little Giant all the way don’t want to get injured from a telascopic. dangerous.

Poor ladder placement. BE careful.