Extend the life of your ladder and your back.
Using Ladder Mover to gently roll and position your ladder can extend its life and help keep it in safe operating condition.
Dropping a ladder can create bends and or hidden cracks that lead to catastrophic failure during use.
Often times catastrophic failure happens at the highest point, when beginning our descent down the ladder as we tend to create a higher impact force when stepping down than when we climb up the ladder.
Thieves watch for unattended work trucks and trailers that workers sometimes leave open or unlocked while they are walking back and forth during transfer of tools and materials to the work area.
I know a contractor that lost over a thousand dollars’ worth of power tools in less than 30 seconds while he was transferring materials in to the back yard through a small gate.
It’s best to park as close as safely possible to the work area.
However, there will be times when you must park a great distance away, due to any number reasons. Hospitals and commercial properties seldom allow close parking.
Use Ladder Mover to transfer multiple ladders and supplies in one quick and easy trip.
Efficiently handle single person jobs.
Many jobs could be completed by a single worker if not for needing help when moving ladders and supplies.
Ladder Mover can make your job safer, faster and easier.
Focus your energy where it’s needed most.
Carrying ladders and supplies wastes energy that could be more wisely spent on completing your primary job, such as painting, washing windows, cleaning gutters, cable inspection, satellite dish installation, security camera installation.
Save time / money.
Eliminate multiple trips back and forth from the work truck to the work area.
Eliminate the need to stop another worker to help move a ladder or supplies.
Don’t create temporary debris piles that must be moved later, instead pile the debris on your ladder for easy removal.
Enable a single worker to handle a job that previously required two.
The time you save means more money in your pocket.
Works with any portable ladder.
Carry ladders lying flat or tipped 90° on their side. The lying flat method enables you to carry multiple ladders and supplies.
Tipping a ladder on its side allows you to navigate very narrow walkways or roll through narrow doorways.
This works especially well with 'A' frame or step ladders that are much wider at the bottom.
Improve employee and customer satisfaction.
Employees will appreciate not having to carry heavy ladders and supplies. They will be proud of how much more they have accomplished.
They’ll be in a better mood due to more energy and no back pain. Your customer’s will be impressed by your attention to worker and jobsite safety,
no one wants their property damaged by ladders. They’ll also have a better opinion of your company when your employees are happy.
Reduce the chance of lawsuit.
Experts say companies can reduce the chance of litigation by using ladders of type IA or IAA, fiberglass.
The reason being ladders are often shared on the jobsite with no way to know if someone exceeding the weight limit is going to use it or if
they are going to use it while working near electricity. By providing your employees with the proper tools and instructions to do their jobs
safely, you protect them and your company.
Will not damage your ladder.
Ladder Mover is made from 100% recyclable, non-toxic plastic that is strong enough to support multiple ladders and supplies.
While the cradle is soft enough to not damage your ladder.
The computer modeled design has a wide foot print that provides excellent stability and alignment between the hand truck and your ladder.
It has just the right amount of cradle flex to help cushion a rough ride while providing enough rigidity for exceptional navigating control.
The extra thick ribs and computer modeled curves direct the load forces to the strongest part of the hand truck toe plate.
Customize to fit your work environment.
It’s your hand truck, choose smooth rolling pneumatic tires or durable flat free tires. Choose between a steel frame or an aluminum frame.
Be sure to see our
recommended hand trucks.
Always know where to find it.
Ladder Mover stores neatly between the hand truck handlebars when not moving ladders, so you will always know where to find it.
Bright red color makes it easy to spot just about anywhere, reducing the chance of losing it.
Safe to use in or around water, it floats, so you don’t have to worry about it sinking to the bottom of a lake, and it will never rust.
Faster, safer, and more efficient.
Using Ladder Mover™ to move your ladders and supplies is not only faster, safer and more efficient, it provides you with a hand truck on the jobsite
without doing any extra work to get it there. The hand truck can be used for lifting, prying and hauling. Use it to clear various objects
cluttering your work area and to safely move materials without injuring your back.
Ladder Mover™ uses very little space in your work vehicle.
A basic Hand truck occupies almost no additional floor space when you slip the toe plate under a toolbox or other item that you normally
carry and stack items on the wheels. Ladder Mover stores on your hand truck between the upright handle bars. So, you always know where
to find it, takes up no additional floor space and installs without tools.
Excellent value, high function to cost ratio.
Ladder Mover provides the most value for your dollar.
The heavy-duty, highly reliable, one-piece design never needs replacement parts.
It extends the usefulness of the hand truck and spreads your total cost across multiple products.
This greatly reduces the average cost per function. For example; a $400 dedicated ladder dolly has only one function, it can carry one type of ladder in one position, the average cost per function is $400.
The $40 Ladder Mover plus a $60 hand truck can carry any size and type of ladder in multiple positions.
It can also carry boxes, appliances, shrubs, large flower pots, firewood, bricks, CMU, stones, paint buckets, toolboxes, pry fence posts out of the ground, move a trampoline, lift a lawn tractor for changing blades.
It probably has over 20 functions, but let’s use only 15 for this example. $40 + $60 = $100 total Ladder Mover cost to own. $100 divided by 15 functions = $6.67 per function.
As you can see, the Ladder Mover purchase is a 60 times better value based on cost per function alone.
Ladder Mover is priced low enough to justify occasional use by DIY home owners and durable enough to be used daily by professionals.
Why pay hundreds of dollars for a single purpose ladder dolly, when you can get the low-cost Ladder Mover that out performs them all.