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28 ft. Fiberglass Extension Ladder with 300 lbs. Load Capacity Type IA Duty Rating

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  • 300 lb. load capacity extension ladder for PRO or DIY projects
  • Twist-proof climb by exclusive Werner ALFLO rung joint for safety
  • Slip-resistant TRACTION-TRED D-rung steps for safety
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Werner's multi-purpose 28 ft. Fiberglass Extension Ladder features non-conductive fiberglass side rails, ideal for working around electricity. Made with safety in mind, the TRACTION-TRED D-rungs are slip resistant, while the mar-resistant end caps help protect the surface the ladder is leaning against. The exclusive ALFLO rung joint also means twist-proof performance every time, ensuring stability on a wide range of jobs.
  • Sturdy fiberglass construction offers safety around electricity
  • 28 steps provide access to hard-to-reach areas
  • 300 lbs. duty rating is ideal for medium household applications
  • Slip-resistant, traction-tred D-rungs provide secure footing as you climb or stand on ladder
  • Mar-resistant end caps help protect walls and ladder
  • Weather resistant for outdoor use
  • ANSI certified and OSHA compliant for safety

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Ladder RatingType 1A - 300 lbs.Type 1AA - 375 lbs.Type 1A - 300 lbs.Type 1A - 300 lbs.
MaterialFiberglassFiberglassFiberglassFiberglass
Product Weight (lb.)59.5 lb82 lb63.5 lb75.5 lb
Reach Height (ft.)27312731
Ladder Product Type2 Section Extension Ladder2 Section Extension Ladder2 Section Extension Ladder2 Section Extension Ladder
FeaturesTelescopingWeather ResistantTelescopingTelescoping
Number of Steps28322832
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Specifications

Dimensions

Base Width (in.)19.00Extension Ladder Maximum Height (ft.)14
Industry Standard Ladder Height (ft.)28Reach Height (ft.)27
Rung/Step Depth1.6 inStep Rise (in.)12
Storage Depth (in.)6.3Storage Height (ft.)14

Details

FeaturesTelescopingLadder Product Type2 Section Extension Ladder
Ladder RatingType 1A - 300 lbs.Ladder TypeExtension
Load Capacity (lb.)300 lb.MaterialFiberglass
Number of Steps28Product Weight (lb.)59.5 lb
Returnable90-DayRung/Step MaterialAluminum

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Certifications and ListingsANSI Certified,OSHA CertifiedManufacturer Warrantyna

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  • 4.7
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Confidence at high heights
I've used the ladder for tree trimming, exterior painting, and it feels real safe when you're up there a ways. I used to have a cheap ladder and it was sketchy, but this is very well; however, it's heavy to lug around.
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Used 3 times, has cracks -- Werner says no warranty sucks for you
Bought this ladder new in 2019 to reach second story gutters to clean them once a year. Professional gutter cleaning was $300 each time so it seemed like spending $400 on a ladder to DIY was a worthy investment. Got up to use it recently (this would be the 3rd time) and I noticed what looked like a crack near the 4th rung of the extension. Not a good feeling at 20 feet up. Got down, sent photos over to Werner who said it's a fiberglass bloom. I explained I can hook my fingernail on/under it and they replied sorry, not a defect and no warranty. Never dropped it or hit it with anything. It never fell over. Out $400 on a ladder that's been used 3 times sucks but I guess lesson learned. I'll back to aluminum. Other than the crack it's a good ladder.
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    10 found this review helpful
    Bevel the edges on the external guide brackets!
    I mean it's a pretty good ladder but I'm giving it one star because seriously, why aren't the external guide brackets beveled?!? When I go up or down the ladder, I usually grab the stiles rather than rungs where everybody puts their muddy feet - but I have scraped my hand to the point of bleeding so many times just because the external guide brackets are freaking edge sharp. Where were the freaking engineers??? Werner should have hired me cause the brackets would be beveled to prevent unnecessary scrapes all the time.
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      Safe and Sturdy Ladder
      I ordered this ladder online for delivery. It was delivered the next day and the delivery experience was top notch. The ladder is not nearly as heavy as I thought, and I am able to carry and setup the ladder by myself. I purchased my fist two story home last year and its a problem not being able to reach the roof with my 12 foot extension ladder. I needed to clean the gutters on the second story and wanted to paint the upper story. I was able to clean out the gutters. Climbing the ladder the first time was a bit scary, but I got use to it. I don't think I will try to paint, because there is a lot of area that I can't reach or I don't have enough room to safely position the ladder. I did not immediately figure out how to use the rope/pully to raise the ladder, so I just did it manually. I watched a wernerco.com video for this model and figured out how to raise and lower the ladder using the rope/pully and it is easy to do, you just need some good hand strength to start the pull.
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        Dont stand behind their product!
        I purchased the 24ft fiberglass at home depot about 1.5 years ago. I have used this ladder a total of 5 times. I keep stored out of elements while not in use. Ladder has never been dropped. It is now warped and cannot be fixed or replaced or Werner. Look elsewhere if you want something that will hold up.
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          120 found this review helpful
          Fantastic! This ladder is so much more stable than my old aluminum ladder, love it!
          Fantastic! This ladder is so much more stable than my old aluminum ladder, love it!
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          3 found this review helpful
          High quality ladder.....good anti-slip feet and easy to raise and lower
          High quality ladder.....good anti-slip feet and easy to raise and lower
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          Sturdy and safe. A little too heavy to be handled by one person but has a great reach.
          Sturdy and safe. A little too heavy to be handled by one person but has a great reach.
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          1 found this review helpful
          defective ladder
          buy a ladder of these 6 months ago, it started to break, obviously it is a factory defect. I contacted the company and they told me that they do not become responsible for repairing it or changing it to me very annoying. They sayd. I have checked the pictures that you forwarded. Unfortunately, these type of damage cannot be repaired by recoating the ladder. Recoating can prevent the ladder to get exposed to elements that eventually leads to compromising the fiberglass material of the ladder - thus, resulting it to be brittle and crack. Fiberglass is a heavy duty material and does not crack easily. Cracks on the rails of a fiberglass ladder is usually a result of an outside force/weight that hit the ladder. Also, the rails are not replaceable so the ladder is now beyond repair. Dont buy this produc.
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            10 found this review helpful
            WATCH OUT for ladders sold at the Kyle, TX. store! Many ladders are used being sold as new! One...
            WATCH OUT for ladders sold at the Kyle, TX. store! Many ladders are used being sold as new! One was used long enough to have someone's name on the side with a magic marker. See image. Others have mud and grass on the foot of the ladder. I checked these out after receiving a ladder that was scarred all over and filthy.
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