An interesting scenario unfolds right before your eyes. They say that it is not safe for you to mount ladders to go and fix tiles on your roof or clean drains of leaves and all other accumulated debris after a bad, wet storm. Instead, the work is left to technicians to do. A good thing indeed. This, however, is no reflection on the ladders that are being utilized to mount walls and roofs. They have been specially built for this very purpose.
They can be placed precisely on the side of a wall and, these days, there are special levers that can be clipped to ensure that the ladders do not move a muscle. At the same time, for the purposes of repair, maintenance and construction work from rather awkward positions, the self-same designers and manufacturers have come up with something else that works well, or even better. These are your scaffolds, dear readers.
They are made from lightweight metal or aluminum materials but are no less sturdy than the old trust ladder that has stood the test of time. Or just stood forlornly in someone’s garage. No such forlorn occasion or sense of uselessness for dock ladders. They are very much in need along any busy quayside or wharf. You’ll also find them on the boats themselves. It is especially good to have these ladders on the boat.
While the boat is rocking to and fro in the rough seas, the dock ladder serves its purpose very well indeed. All who need to mount them, to get from one level to the next, can do so easily enough by placing their feet carefully but confidently into specially designed rungs, and proceed apace as though they were mounting the staircase at home off to bed.