A ladder that has five functions in one, including an extension function.
– Can hold up to 300 pounds
– Comes with attached wheels for easy transportation
– Comes in sizes of 13, 17, 22, or 26 feet
– Doesn’t retract for easy storage like the telescoping extension ladders in this review
– Some customers said it wasn’t as sturdy as advertised
An aluminum ladder that’s lightweight, compact, and easy to carry with its strap and handle.
– Features one-button retraction for a convenient and safe breakdown
– Includes a carrying handle and heavy-duty closure strap for easy transportation
– Amazon’s Choice for telescoping ladders
– Its aluminum frame is less durable than fiberglass
– Its feet are made of plastic instead of rubber, so they have less grip and might damage your flooring
A ladder that comes in three series—Home, Pro, and Contractor—to fit your home improvement needs.
– Extends and locks by the feet, featuring a no-pinch closure system
– Has a weight limit of 250 or 300 pounds, depending on the series you choose
– Available in green, yellow, red, blue, or black
– Has fewer customer reviews than the other ladders in this review
– Requires users to press a button each time they go up or down in height
A telescoping ladder that uses one button to retract all of the rungs.
– Crafted from high-quality aluminum alloy, making it lightweight and easy to carry
– Has a self-locking mechanism that secures the ladder each time you go up in height
– Amazon’s Choice for extension ladders
– Has fewer size options than the other ladders in this review
– Some customers said one of the rungs didn’t retract, preventing the ladder from closing
An extension ladder that’s made of heavy-duty fiberglass instead of lightweight aluminum.
– Features D-shaped rungs, which are easy to stand on
– Comes in sizes of 16, 20, 24, 28, 32, 36, or 40 feet
– Fiberglass is non-conductive, preventing electrocution
– More expensive than the other ladders in this review
– Heaviest ladder in this review at 60 pounds