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If you know anything about me, you’ll know that I am deathly afraid of heights. As in, I get nervous going up a staircase! I’m not even exaggerating. I actually have a recurring nightmare where I’m climbing a massive staircase (to Heaven maybe? idk) and I get so terrified that I’m paralyzed. So I’m just stuck there, in the middle of the sky, unable to go up or down. Then I wake up. It’s the worst! Which is why this 18-foot Multi-position ladder from Gorilla Ladders is my favorite ladder. I feel much more steady and sure-footed when I use this ladder. Made of aluminum, it’s lightweight enough for me to manage, yet it’s sturdy and strong with a 300-pound weight rating. I love that I can step on both sides of the ladder, as you can see from the photo below. This helps a great deal with my acrophobia.
So let’s talk specifics. There are 20 telescoping adjustable positions. You can use this ladder as an extension ladder, double-sided twin stepladder, 90º wall ladder, and stairway step ladder. The height is easily adjusted from all sides with a user-friendly speed lock and Gorilla Ladders offers a lifetime warranty.
Remember that paralyzing acrophobia I suffer from? You know I trust this ladder if I’m up this high. What’s that they say? In order to conquer your fears, you have to face them? Or something like that. All I can say is that I wouldn’t be facing my fear of heights without this ladder, that’s for sure!
If you’re in the market for a lightweight, versatile, strong ladder, you’ll find this Gorilla 18-foot Multi-position Ladder exclusively at The Home Depot.
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