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  • This is a Great Ladder !
  • November 17, 2012
  • Recommended Product

I bought this ladder last weekend to clean and fix the gutters and fascia boards on my 2 story home. I have a 40 ft ladder and a 16 ft that I’ve had for a while. I purchased this 28 because the 40 footer is so hard to handle. Well this is the best ladder I have ever used. First off I can handle it by myself. Secondly it is easy to extend and lower because it slides easy and the clamps work perfectly. Thirdly is very sturdy and handles my 220 pounds with no flexing. The ladders I have are aluminum but older and I think the newer ladders are better designed. I am very happy with Werner and would highly recommend this ladder. PS. We used it to also clean my buddy neighbors gutters and he went out this weekend and bought a new ladder….because he didn’t want to be outdone by me! lol

Pros Durable, Sturdy, Easy to Install, Easy to Move, Good Size & Weight, Nice Design

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Norman

Clevland, OH
55 to 64, Male
51 out of 51 people found this helpful
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By: Norman
  • A good lightweight ladder
  • September 14, 2013
  • Verified Purchase & Recommended Product

Very lightweight. I needed a ladder a few feet longer than the one I've owned for 20-plus years. This was the height I needed to cut down a tree. This lightweight ladder made the job much easier. I'm not a big person. It was sturdy enough for me. Also, I'm not very young anymore, so the light weight was very helpful. The slip resistant pads worked fine. My old ladder had none. I'm glad I bought it.

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Gordy

St. Cloud, FL, USA
55 to 64, Male
32 out of 32 people found this helpful
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By: Gordy
  • Great Ladder, Easy to Use
  • March 25, 2014
  • Verified Purchase & Recommended Product

I was worried when ordering such a large extension ladder that it would be unwieldy. I was surprised to find that, while substantial, it was not impossible for me to move. Be sure to watch ladder safety videos on youTube, if you've never used a large extension ladder before. The operation is very simple, but being smart about arm and hand placement is critical to your wellbeing. The first task for my ladder was removing ice dammed gutters (after the thaw). The ladder was very stable, and worked well for removal of the gutters, and for replacing the facing boards. I feel a great sense of freedom, knowing that I can clean my gutters, and access remote areas for repair, without calling a repair person.

Pros Durable, Sturdy, Good Size & Weight, Nice Design Cons aluminum leavesmarks on house siding add padding
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mrCold

NY
25 to 34, Male
29 out of 29 people found this helpful
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By: mrCold
  • easy to use, sturdy
  • December 14, 2011
  • Verified Purchase & Recommended Product

Increased to 20' from my old worn out 16' and worried that the added length might be more difficult to manage for my smaller stature...but this ladder is easy to extend and, although lightweight enough for me to move, is sturdy enough for my 2nd story painting jobs. I looked at several before purchase. Type II fit my price and needs best.

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csbok

Tulsa
55 to 64, Female
27 out of 27 people found this helpful
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By: csbok
  • Lightweight and easy to operate
  • September 07, 2011
  • Verified Purchase & Recommended Product

As a petite woman, I wanted a ladder that provided the height I needed to access my roof, yet was light enough that I could easily move/carry it. This ladder meets both needs. At 22 lbs., I can haul it all over the yard with no difficulty, and the light weight makes it very easy to extend and collapse without losing control of the ladder or getting fingers pinched.

ChicagoGurl

Chicago, IL
21 out of 21 people found this helpful
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By: ChicagoGurl
  • Werner 27 ft aluminum extendion ladder
  • June 30, 2015
  • Recommended Product

This ladder is a quality product for the metal portions. Feels sturdy and non-saggy even when fully extended and loaded to 250 lbs. Plastic end caps could be more substantial to take more of a beating that these long ladders are typically subjected to. Rope should be immediately replaced with a woven cotton or poly brand as the twisted strand that comes with it routinely gets stuck in rhe pulley block

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  • Handles the really heavy load, me.
  • July 16, 2013

Even when nearly fully extended, this ladder did not bounce or give. It remained rigid giving a sense of stability which, at 28 feet in the air, is a good thing.

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Mack

Georgia, USA
65 or over, Male
17 out of 17 people found this helpful
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By: Mack
  • Great Investment
  • July 13, 2014
  • Recommended Product

We needed an extension ladder to repair a small roof leak. It is perfect for many projects however. I am 4'11 and a girl and I can even carry it. It is a mans best friend in a ladder! He loves it too!

Pros Durable, Sturdy, Easy to Move, Good Size & Weight

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Cindy

Texas
55 to 64, Female
16 out of 16 people found this helpful
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By: Cindy
  • Good ladder
  • January 14, 2012
  • Verified Purchase & Recommended Product

This does seem like a good ladder. I wouldn't trust it with much more than the rated weight. On the plus side though it is very light and easy to move, easier than a fiberglass ladder I would even dare say. On a side note the first ladder shipped was bent. The delivery company did the right thing and notified me and Home Depot rather than just delivering it for me to deal with. So kudos to everyone for the way that was handled.

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citking

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By: citking
  • Good Ladder
  • May 03, 2015
  • Recommended Product

This is great, light weight ladder. Easy to move, strong and sturdy. You don't need a heavy ladder unless you're planking and adding a lot of weight. The light weight is actually safer, IMHO. It's less likely to get away from you and cause property/physical harm, not to mention much less fatiguing. You want to spray the flappers with silicone or WD 40 before use. Other than that, you should get years of use out of it.

RockyBalboa

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By: RockyBalboa