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A1 Cleaning Supplies introduce a wide range of pointed ladders from leading
manufacturers including Titan, Youngmans, LFI ltd, Browns, Lansford and
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Here at A.1. Cleaning supplies, we stock a number of different
types of pointed or "A" frame ladders suitable for window cleaning
and numerous other situations where height is required and access is difficult.
Our product range consists of aluminium and wooden ladders, both single
and extending twin section models.
The aluminium ladders are mostly manufactured from hollow seamless aluminium
extrusions with radiused corners for extra strength. The wooden ladders
are strongly manufactured to the highest standards with varnished side
stiles and steel tie rods fitted at intervals.
All our pointed ladders have a reach capability varying between two and
six metres and a roller bar is fitted to all extension ladders. They all
have solid rubber bung feet fitted at the base and many are available
with white moulded, solid rubber block fitted at pointed tops with vertical
and horizontal grooves to ensure secure location on glazing bars, ledges
There is a lot of confusion amongst window cleaners regarding when ladders
can be used, some even believe ladders are banned. The Health and Safety
Executive's key message is that ladders should only be used for low risk,
short duration work. They are not banned, but nowadays ladder use should
be justified. Situations where our pointed ladders may be suitable include
ground floor use, most internal glazing and almost any domestic or small
If you do decide that the use of a ladder is the most suitable means of
access, then you should carry out a risk assessment into the actual use
of the ladder and ensure that you use it safely. In these days of enlightened
health and safety concerns, telescopic extending poles might also need
to be considered, as they allow operatives to work at higher levels, whilst
standing on the ground. This is essential now that we are all required
to find the safest solutions. Ladders should not automatically be the
first choice, simply due to convenience.
If you require advice regarding cleaning tasks or cleaning supplies,
then please phone our technical dept on 01276 685985
or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org
and one of our experienced team will be happy to help and advise you.