Ladder Mover™ ladder dolly / ladder carrier
Ladder Mover™ is a high-performance ladder carrier, sometimes called a ladder dolly or ladder roller.
It can safely and efficiently carry one or more portable ladders and supplies in one easy trip.
Everyone knows the dangers of falling from a ladder.
But most of us never think about the risk of injury from lifting and carrying a ladder.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), over 1 million workers experience back injuries each year.
Lifting and carrying a ladder at one side of the body puts uneven pressure on the spine, increasing the chance of injury.
It also more than doubles the force on the lower back, in other words, carrying a 50-pound ladder, can put over 100 pounds of load on your lower back.
When one person is hand carrying a ladder, one half of the ladder is hidden, creating a collision hazard.
Use Ladder Mover to precisely roll your ladder to the exact location where you’ll raise it.
Being able to see the full length of your ladder will greatly extend its life due to avoiding collisions while gently rolling it in to position.
Balancing the ladder over two wheels enables you to precisely navigate winding trails and tight turns that are impossible for ladders with built-in wheels.
Save time and energy by carrying multiple ladders and supplies in one easy trip.
Also great for carrying long objects such as lumber, conduit, kayak, canoe, tree limbs, debris.
Guaranteed to make your ladder work easier, faster and safer so you can be more productive or your money back.
It’s priced low enough to justify occasional use by DIY home owners and durable enough to be used daily by professionals.
Made in the USA.
Ladder Mover is your anwser to all of these questions:
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