We have double & triple push up extension ladders available for hire nationwide. We have versatile aluminium equipment in a range of sizes, all the way to 10m. We also have fibreglass models that are ideal for work in electrical & chemical hazard fields & environments where high hygiene standards are needed.
Push up extension ladders are safe and secure access equipment that can be used for a versatile range of jobs at height and gain access to high up workspaces but have no access from below. A traditional industry standard, ladders are ideal for lighter, short-term tasks, such as decorating, cleaning, maintenance, installation, surveying, inspection, reclamation, and more. They are still recognised as viable equipment in the Working At Height Regulations (2005) and approved for trade and DIY use.
We have double and triple aluminium extension ladders. Doubles are available in lengths of up to 9-metres and are certified to BS EN131 safety standards. Trebles are available in sizes of up to 10-metres, and they are certified to BS2037 Class 1 safety standards. Both styles are made from lightweight, high-grade aluminium for strength and durability. They are easy to transport, easy to extend, and quick to collapse. The large, comfortable D-shaped rungs allow for confident climbing, and they reduce fatigue underfoot.
We also have rope operated ladders and double and triple fibreglass extension ladders available upon request. GRP access equipment is ideal for work fields with electrical and chemical hazards, as they are non-conductive and non-corrosive. They are also perfect for any working environment where high hygiene standards are a must, such as food processing plants.
From 1st April 2022, our suppliers will only fuel machines with white diesel. This is due to new government guidelines.
If you, as the hirer, refuel any equipment while it is in your possession, it must be with WHITE DIESEL.
YOU MUST NOT USE RED DIESEL IN HIRED MACHINES OR EQUIPMENT.
If you return a machine refuelled with rebated diesel, suppliers will have to remove and dispose of the fuel. They must also flush the tank and supply lines before they can refuel them. The process is chargeable, with no exceptions.