Popular Fiberglass Ladder Types
Step ladders are built with an A-frame design and can lock to hold the two sides in the correct position. Typically, steps are on one side of the ladder only, but twin step ladders are also available. Folding step stools are most commonly used for indoor projects like painting or installing a ceiling fan.
Our A-frame step ladders come in a number options: Combination Ladder, Fiberglass Platform Stepladder, Type 1A Extra Heavy Duty Fiberglass Double Step Ladder, Type 1A Extra Heavy Duty Fiberglass Ladder, and the Type 1AA Extra Heavy Duty Fiberglass Step/Double Step Ladders. Each one of our fiberglass step ladder options comes with the pound capacity listed. Our extra heavy duty ladders feature all-steel top hinges, reinforced back braces, or a double-gusseted bottom step for added strength and durability. Please browse our selection of sturdy ladder products for the right ladder for your project.
List of Fiberglass Step Ladders
- Combination Ladder, 300 lb. capacity
- Fiberglass Platform Stepladder, 375 lb. capacity
- Type 1A Extra Heavy Duty Fiberglass Ladder, 300 lb. capacity
- Type 1A Extra Heavy Duty Fiberglass Double Step Ladder, 300 lb. capacity
- Extra Heavy Duty (Type 1AA) Fiberglass Step Ladder, 375 lb. capacity
- Extra Heavy Duty (Type 1AA) Fiberglass Double Step Ladder, 375 lb. capacity
An extension ladder, or extendable ladder, has a base and one or two upper sections that slide up and down to reach different heights. Large extension ladders include rope-and-pulley systems that make it easier to extend the ladder. These ladders require a surface like a wall or roofline for support. They’re ideal for outdoor projects like cleaning gutters or painting the outside of a home.
The fiberglass extension ladders we offer have weight capacities ranging anywhere from 250 pounds (heavy duty) to 375 pounds (extra-heavy duty).
List of Fiberglass Extension Ladders
Our extension ladders are lightweight, yet durable. Currently, we are offering the following fiberglass extension ladders:
- 28 ft. Fiberglass Cable Ladder
- Fiberglass Extension Ladder Type 1AA Extra Heavy Duty, 375 lb. capacity
- Type 1A Extra Heavy Duty Fiberglass Extension Ladder, 300 lb. capacity
Fiberglass vs Aluminum Ladders
What is the difference between fiberglass and aluminum ladders? One key thing to note if you're planning to purchase a fiberglass ladder is that they tend to cost more than their aluminum counterparts. Fiberglass ladders are very heavy-duty products. They also don't conduct electricity, which means they are the perfect solution for electrical jobs. Aluminum ladders are dangerous for electrical projects.
The drawback to going with fiberglass, though, is that they are overall heavier and generally more expensive. If you need a more lightweight, less expensive, and a non-rusting or corroding ladder, than an aluminum ladder is your best choice. If you are interested in fiberglass, but are weighing whether you should get an aluminum ladder, you can better understand the difference between them here. Our fiberglass and aluminum ladders are in stock and ready to ship from Badger Ladder & Scaffold upon order.
Fiberglass Ladders that Meet OSHA & ANSI Regulations
The design and weight capacity for our fiberglass ladders is always reliable and accurate. In fact, all our ladder and scaffold products either meet or exceed the regulations set by OSHA and ANSI. As a result, you can fully rely on our top quality products to always meet and EXCEED safety requirements and industry standards. Durable manufacturing of these ladders will help to keep you and your workers safe on the job. Learn more here about safety first when using a ladder.
Questions? Please do not hesitate to reach out to the friendly and knowledgeable team at 1-800-863-9791 today. We can help you with any inquiries relating to fiberglass extension or step ladders.