Expertly tackle a plethora of DIY jobs around your home and garden when you pick the perfect ladder from OnBuy's endless list of high-quality and ever-popular ladder designs. Chock-full with an abundance of ladder types, you can check out telescopic ladders, 3 step ladders, or even those must-have stepladders to cross off those niggling to-do tasks throughout your abode. From compact ladders that can be kept in your ironing cupboard, to extending models that need slightly more storage space, you'll find them all right here!
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An essential component of any shed or storage area, a reliable ladder is a crucial aid to carrying out those tricky, high-up odd jobs both inside and outside your welcoming abode. Whether you need to change that flickering lightbulb, trim back your overgrown hedge, or access your loft storage space, a traditional ladder can provide with that all-important boost required to accomplish these common household tasks. So, why not explore our complete range of online ladders for sale from trusted brands such as Zarges, Sealey, and Silverline to discover which one would be best for your home?
Which ladder design is suitable for your purposes?
In total, there are five primary ladder types that you can choose from, with each design specially tailored to give you that helpful boost in a range of areas. These ladder models include the single-section ladder, the common (3 step ladder) stepladder, an extension ladder, a telescopic ladder, and finally, the multi-functional ladder. So, which one are you looking for? If you're not sure, we're here to help guide you towards making the right decision that takes into consideration the ladder application, your personal requirements, and of course, your safety! For a quick breakdown of the different types, check out our essential guide to ladders.
Kicking off our countdown of ladders, we have the single-section ladder which is the traditional style of ladder you'll be most used to - suitable for level-ground applications as it's leant against a stable object (often a house) for outdoor usage. Stepladders on the other hand, are also single-section creations with a fixed-length ladder, but they come complete with built-in stabilising legs, meaning you won't have to precariously lean these handy little units against anything as you change a light bulb or reach into the back of your kitchen cupboards. Extension ladders are another ladder style that can be snapped up in either wood, fibreglass, or aluminium models.
This nifty ladder design allows a series of single-section ladders to be released in a cascading manner to reach further than you'd be able to with a traditional single-section model. As a result, this kind of ladder is best for reaching considerable heights for carrying out rooftop work or treetop trimming. Alternatively, a multi-functional ladder makes the perfect gift for tradespeople and their plethora of hand tools as it combines lockable hinge joints with the brilliant design of an extension ladder to be able to be used as either a step ladder with even or uneven side lengths, a single-section ladder, or handy scaffold support - the choice is yours!
Which ladders are the easiest to store?
Looking for something a little more compact? Carry on reading to find out which designs can be neatly stored away. Just like their older sibling, compact extension ladders are also available in fibreglass and aluminium, and they function in the same manner. However, these more compact extension ladders require much less storage space - ideal for smaller homes or storage areas. Similarly suited to homes and workplaces that offer only limited storage space, telescopic ladders are the latest innovation in the world of ladder design as they feature incredible collapsible rungs.
These types of ladders are therefore perfect for both DIY-ers and tradespeople alike, allowing them to accomplish a wide range of household jobs with ease thanks to the practical and compact design. As such, they can be easily placed into the back of your van (or car) right next to your trusty tool box ready and waiting for your next task!