Ladders

Ladders

Whether you need a simple step stool for reaching a high kitchen cabinet or a ladder that extends all the way to your roof, you’ll find exactly what you’re looking for at L&M Fleet Supply.

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  1. Louisville 6' Fiberglass Step Ladder
    Louisville Ladder Louisville 6' Fiberglass Step Ladder
    $59.99
  2. Louisville 16' Aluminium Extension Ladder
    Louisville Ladder Louisville 16' Aluminium Extension Ladder
    $84.99
  3. Louisville Pro Guard Covers
    Louisville Ladder Louisville Pro Guard Covers
    $8.49
  4. Louisville Ladder Stabilizer
    Louisville Ladder Louisville Ladder Stabilizer
    $21.99
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Reach New Heights With The Right Ladder From L&M Fleet Supply

Find 6-Foot Ladders To 24-Foot Extension Ladders & All Sizes In Between

Are you painting the bedroom or cleaning the windows? Try a smaller-sized ladder like a Louisville 4 Ft. Aluminium Step Ladder With Molded Pail Shelf or Werner 6 Ft. Type II Fiberglass Step Ladder.

For more height, whether you’re trying to reach the attic or the roof, pick up a ladder that can go the distance, like Werner’s 24 Ft. Type IA Fiberglass D-Rung Extension Ladder.

Or, get ultimate versatility with the Werner 22 Ft. Type IA Telescoping Multi-Ladder, which can be adjusted into four different positions: twin step ladder, stairway step ladder, extension ladder and a dual scaffold base.

We’re The Midwest’s Top Supplier Of Louisville Ladders & Werner Ladders

L&M Fleet Supply is one of the largest suppliers of Louisville and Werner Ladders in the upper midwest. From foldable fiberglass ladders to durable aluminum step ladders to high-reaching extension ladders, shop our wide selection to find the right equipment for your upcoming job.

FAQs

What are the considerations of wood ladders, aluminum ladders and fiberglass ladders?

There are three general types of ladders: wood, aluminum and fiberglass. Each material offers their own unique benefits and drawbacks.

  • Wood: The most affordable, but deteriorates the quickest.
  • Aluminum: More sturdy than wood, but can be dangerous around live electrical wires.
  • Fiberglass: Considered the most high-end of the three types, these provide the most strength and versatility, and can be used in electrical and nonelectrical applications.