|Name||25 ft. L 3-Story Fire Escape Ladder||2 Story Escape Ladder (2-Pack)||2-Story Built-In Fire Escape Ladder|
|Maximum Story Number||3 Story||2 Story||2 Story|
|Maximum Ladder Length (ft.)||25||13||17|
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Hello GG, Yes it does include the inside sill
Hello Hardasnails, We only offer the two sizes used for escape out a window. Sorry.
I bought one because I live in a 2 story house. It hooks onto the window ledge and you drop it down the side of the house. It's made of chains with metal rungs. Being that it is made of chains I don't understand how it could be used in a basement (going up).
Lol... You'd have have 3 stories of free falling.
Hello. We would strongly advise against using our ladders with an RV. See link here below to the owner's manual. From the owner's manual: " Portable escape ladders are intended for use as a means of escape from residential buildings and to supplement the primary means of egress required by codes and other local regulations." It has not been designed for use in an RV and we can't guarantee or know if this ladder will work with the window in an RV. It may not be safe. The requirements for the window are, from the owner's manual: "The window to which the ladder is attached must be able to support the load of persons using the ladder for escape. The escape window must not be obstructed or covered with grilles or bars. The window must open fully for escape. Look for outside obstacles such as electrical wire, telephone wires, or fences. The minimum width of escape window for use of the ladder is 16 inches (.41 meters). The maximum thickness of the escape window opening is 11 inches (.28 meters). Please refer to the diagram below for the required window dimensions." • https://www.shareddocs.com/hvac/docs/2001/Public/02/escapeladdermanual.pdf
The box is about the size of a show box that work boots come in.
Single use means one occurrence or incident (including use by multiple persons). The unit should be replaced after use in the event that a defect was introduced during use.
The J-Hooks attach to any openings....
Really this is a hard question to answer. You want them to be easy to get to in case of a fire but understand your fear. I would put them in a cabinet or closet in a clear plastic storage box. You could get on your computer and print out in large Red letters. Only open in case of a fire. I would then also type out the instructions on what to do. Not anything long just short and complete. For example open lid, take to window a, hang on the ledge, pull tab. You should put a reminder on your phone to check the ladders every now and then to make sure nobody has tampered with them. Other then that I don’t know what else you can do.
Hello Chic, If the opening is wide enough, yes.