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Werner

Model ESC220

Internet #202507943

2-Story Built-In Fire Escape Ladder

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  • 1200 lb. load capacity
  • Deploys in seconds and is easy to use
  • Does the job that a portable ladder could not do

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The Werner 2-Story Built-In Fire Escape Ladder features 12 non-slip steps and mounts easily to an existing wall. Designed as a safe and easy-access emergency exit, the self-deploying ladder rungs support up to 1200 lbs. and extend into a full ladder when dropped out of your window. The convenient design deploys in just seconds and can also be painted to match your wall, creating an unobtrusive look in any room.

  • Aluminum rungs with nylon webbing rails offer lightweight durability
  • 12 steps make it easy to descend from a second story
  • Fast-escape design supports up to 1200 lbs.
  • Anti-slip rungs and standoffs offer added safety
  • Storage pan permanently installs in wall for security and durability
  • ANSI and OSHA compliant for safety
  • Door included with unit for convenience

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What are the measurements of the box we will install in the wall under the window? I also need a 3 story ladder like this one how can I find one?

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July 9, 2016
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I installed the 3 story model under a two story window that was above a covered porch outside. The extra length would be needed to get over the covered area and then to the ground. Don't no why the company would say not to do this. I just told my 14 year old son that he would need to throw the ladder out and over the covered porch. He could then climb out the window, onto the covered porch, and down the Read More
I installed the 3 story model under a two story window that was above a covered porch outside. The extra length would be needed to get over the covered area and then to the ground. Don't no why the company would say not to do this. I just told my 14 year old son that he would need to throw the ladder out and over the covered porch. He could then climb out the window, onto the covered porch, and down the ladder. Read Less
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April 3, 2016
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The pan size of the ESC220 is 8 1/2" x 15 1/4" x 3 1/2".
The model of the 3 story fire escape ladder is the ESC330. You would need to contact Home Depots customer service in order to see if you can order this model.
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April 2, 2016
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The storage compartment for the two story model is 8.5''H x 15.25''W x 4.75''D. The three-story model is ESC330.
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Does this ladder require a flat exterior wall beneath the window? We have a covered porch directly beneath our window.

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June 17, 2016
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The instructions say to make certain the area is clear of all obstacles, people and animals.
The covered porch would be considered an obstacle. You must have a clear path to the
ground before you release the ladder.
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June 17, 2016
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Please contact our customer care department at 888-523-3370 Monday through Friday 8 AM till 5 PM EST to inquire about the assistance you are seeking
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Can this be attached to a second story deck

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We have a deck on our upper level with doors that self lock. Can this be installed on the deck to escape for fire or if we lock ourselves out?
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March 16, 2016
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Yes, this can be used from a deck or railing.
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March 16, 2016
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Our ESC220 is not designed to be installed in this manner, and will not work in this application.
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Can this be mounted on an exterior wall, or does Werner make a 2-storey fire escape ladder that mounts on an exterior wall?

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May 5, 2016
It needs to be OSHA compliant since it will be installed in a business.
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May 6, 2016
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This will be mounted on an inside wall.
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Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 13 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy Breezy, you're going to be able to get Freezy For about $100/ bedroom, why would you not install these in every bedroom above the first floor? Duh! No brainer! I had a carpenter do it and it did not take long. First one took some time and the next 2 were a breeze cause he had it all figured out. Seem to be very good quality. I am going to take the advise of another reviewer and put a "Fire" label on them. They pretty much blend in with the wall and are not noticeable. If you are building a house, installation is literally 2 screws that will mount it between 2 studs under the window before you sheetrock. If you have already sheetrocked, you just need to cut out a rectangle and mount it between 2 studs. Easy breezy, you're going to be able to get freezy! July 9, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Works Great Easy installation and work Great., But they did not have a Fire ladder emblem on the cover so I had to make my own. April 12, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by These will be what I am looking for We are a foster family and we were required to get fire escape ladders in our 2 story home that were installed into the studs of the house. While a bit more pricey than I might normally pay, this was the most affordable if you want to install it into the home. The instructions were fairly straightforward to follow and you needed some basic knowledge of feeling comfortable cutting into the Sheetrock and into the studs of the home. For a seasoned "do-it-yourselfer," this should be a breeze to install. I would not consider myself one of those, and I did not have a huge problem getting them installed with the right tools. May 19, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Meets a fire exit escape plan We converted a interior second floor storage room into a classroom and needed a second point of egress in the event of fire. We installed an interior fire egress window and the Werner escape ladder. The ladder was exit tested by 16 and 74 year old males, therefore it meets our needs. The edges of the aluminum are sharp and will damage the wall and any wood work into which they come in contact. Therefore, anticipate some possible damage to the exterior supporting walls. We will not be doing a lot of practice drills. Overall I am very satisfied. March 25, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by A lot of work, but a lot of piece of mind!! Great quality fire escape ladder. Installation took a lot longer than I planned. My window had a stud centered below the window. I had to sawzal it out and then install two new studs to anchor the box. I beefed up the newly installed studs with Sampson L-Brackets for extra strength. I was able to keep drywall repair to a minimum by carefully cutting out my opening with a rock knife and using that piece for the repair.. I had to cut-out a larger opening than what was called for to install the new studs. After the center stud was cut out and the new studs installed, installation was a snap. It was definitely a job! But now I will have piece of mind for years to come knowing it is there and knowing I will NOT have to search for a portable escape ladder at 2AM in a smoke filled room. January 23, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by In wall Fire Ladder This is the best design for a fire ladder that I have seen. It installs right into the wall with just a small square cover showing. You would hardly notice that it was there. I had a carpenter install it but if you are handy, you could probably do it yourself. The carpenter, a 6 foot male, pulled it out and tested it out the window. It held him quite easily. He was then able to fold it up and tuck it back into the box installed in the wall. For $99.00 and installation, this gives me a great deal of security in case of fire. I would highly recommend it. December 30, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Feel much safer with this ladder Easy to install. Easy to remove the cover and put the ladder out the window. February 18, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by exactly as advertised Most importantly there were no surprises upon receipt. Bought 3ea and they were of great quality and installed just as advertised. I was curious as to why they wanted you to cut the small hole first...and then found out why. A wire ran along the wall and by cutting the small hole first and finding this 'surprise', I was able to adjust the larger hole cut easily and not have to play Mr. Drywall. Good to follow directions. YouTube video available on their site. Shipped quickly...matter of days. April 22, 2014
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