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Conservatory Ladders

    Summit Aluminium Conservatory Ladders enable quick and safe access to clean the outside of the entire conservatory. Strong but lightweight, it is easy to use and a very safe ladder to work from.

    Product Features

    • Suitable for eaves up to 2.5m
    • Articulated rubber safety feet
    • Deep serrated round rungs
    • Glazing rubber suction cups for added stability
    • PVC covered 1m long bearer bars
    • 5-year warranty
    • 150kg work load capacity

    Conservatory Ladder Specifications

    Product Code Max. Ext. Length Sections Closed Height Rung Count Weight Nett
    1310-000 4.8m 2 2.8m 14 12kg

    7 Day
    Special Delivery

    These Ladders are normally delivered within 7 days.

    Delivery

    Direct to You or Your Customer

    We can send this direct to your company or your customer.

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