Ladder-Max Stand-off Stabilizer

August 21, 2013 - Comment

Enjoy safety and confidence while using your ladder. This is the best built, and easiest to use ladder standoff available to Homeowners and Contractors. It improves ladder stability and safety while protecting gutters and other surfaces. Great for cleaning Gutters, installing Christmas lights, cleaning Windws, Safely getting on your roof, Painting and other DIY projects.

Enjoy safety and confidence while using your ladder. This is the best built, and easiest to use ladder standoff available to Homeowners and Contractors. It improves ladder stability and safety while protecting gutters and other surfaces. Great for cleaning Gutters, installing Christmas lights, cleaning Windws, Safely getting on your roof, Painting and other DIY projects. It has been ANSI certified and tested for direct roof placement and can be used to comply with OSHA requirements for roof access. Ladder-Max provides 19″ of standoff from roofing and walls and is built in the USA with durable zinc platted steel construction materials. Fits aluminum, fiberglass and articulating ladders. Ladder-Max takes 10 minutes to assemble and can then be installed on and off your ladder in seconds. For convenience add our NEW Tool and Project Tray, the Multi-Tray MT 1000. It easily connects with to re-usable zip ties for quick on and off.

The Ladder-Max Standoff/Stabilizer will fit ladders with the following clearances: 11 3/4 width between the ladder side rails, the spacing of the rungs are 12in on center, and the depth of the ladder rungs the standoff will rest on should be 2 in or less.

Product Features

  • ** Recomended in the Oct 2011 issue of “This Old House”**
  • #1 Selling Ladder Standoff in the North America
  • Installs On and Off your Ladder in Seconds
  • Protects your Gutters and Keeps you SAFE! 19″ of Standoff.
  • Ladder-Max Stand-Off Stabilzer “The Original” Made in the USA

Comments

Daniel J. Stark "DJS" says:

Just what I always needed For years I’ve had no choice but to rest my extension ladder against the gutters in order to clean them out. This certainly hasn’t been very kind to the gutters themselves; but more importantly, I’ve always feared that the ladder could slip and I would fall to the ground with it. And that hasn’t been a very comforting thought.Last November I hired someone to clean the leaves from the gutters that had accumulated in them when they fell from the trees. I watched him and saw that he had some sort of ladder stabilizer that provided him with real stability. Until then I didn’t know such things existed. This spring — after a horrible windstorm that blew all the maple trees’ ‘polly noses’ into the gutters and clogged them horrendously (particularly after they started to sprout), I went to my local Home Depot where I bought a Werner stabilizer. I attached it to my ladder and gave it a test run. I immediately found out that it was useless for my purposes because the arms…

Kent Keith "GreenTag" says:

Would not do without it I am a professional home inspector and would not dream of using my ladder to access roofs without this stabilizer. Before finding this, I used to have my ladder against the roof edge, which can damage the eve shingles or against the gutters with can make the ladder slide to the side. One day after I had my ladder slide and fall, leaving me stranded on a roof top, I knew I had to find a solution. I use this every day and it definitely adds to my confidence. It is well made but one thing the factory should do is that the edges of the steps were very sharp and could cut your hands. The factory should buff the edges before shipping. I took some emery cloth and smoothed them myself. I also wish they would come up with a model that could fold up flat for easier transportation and save space in my truck. I think this is a great product and for the money it is worth not getting injured or worse.

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