There is no one-size-fits-all answer to this question, as the best way to install a Werner ladder leveler will vary depending on the specific situation and design of the device. However, some tips on how to properly place and attach the ladder should be familiarized before beginning its installation.
Choose the Best Ladder Leveler
A ladder is a socializing tool that allows children to learn the skills they need to complete tasks in their school. The tools needed to access each level of the ladder are generally determined by what the child has been told about that level. For example, a Hellarooometer measures how much one feels like Doomed or Notorious.
A Ladderometer measures how much the child is willing to climb up a ladder to reach the next level. The Ladderometer can also be used to measure how much a child will be willing to learn about science or math. The Werner Ladder Leveler is designed for small children and adults that are between the ages of 6 and 14 years old. It has two levels, one for each foot, as well as an adjustable support bar that allows children of varying heights to use it. It can be used with both indoor and outdoor ladders.
The Werner Ladder Leveler uses a lever system that allows users to adjust their stance on the ladder by opening the lever on either side of the ladder and leaning forward or backward. This adjustment makes it easier for children who are new to using ladders because they can get used to this position without having to climb up or downstairs repeatedly to find their footing on the ladder itself. This adjustment also helps adults who may have difficulty climbing up and down stairs due to physical limitations or injuries. In addition, this lever system allows children with limited upper body strength or those who are not use-to-useful heights of ladders (such as blind people) the opportunity.
How to install a Werner ladder leveler?
Werner Ladders, Inc. has provided this information to help you properly install your Werner ladder leveler. Please note that this information is provided as-is, and is not intended to be used as instructions for installing Werner ladder levelers.
- Make sure the Werner ladder’s side rails are at least 1/4″ away from any wall, or another object that could be damaged by a sudden jolt or impact. If the side rails are too close to any object (such as a wall), then the Werner Ladder Leveler may start sliding around before it reaches its maximum travel, resulting in poor performance and/or damage to the unit.
- Make sure any surfaces on which the Werner Ladder Leveler will be placed are clean and dry. The best way to ensure this is by using a vacuum cleaner with good suction power (not a cheap hand vac).
- Position the unit on the ground where it can safely lie down without falling over or coming into contact with sharp edges or corners – if possible, use some sandbags underneath it to keep it from tilting too far one way or another while it is being used.
- Make sure you have enough space around the Werner Ladder Leveler to place an adequate number of sandbags around it. For safety reasons, the Werner Ladder Leveler must be able to move freely without hitting anything or coming into contact with any edges or corners.
- Ensure that the Werner Ladder Leveler’s side rails are at least 1/4″ away from any wall, pole, or other objects that could be damaged by a sudden jolt or impact. If the side rails are too close to any object (such as a wall), then the Werner Ladder Leveler may start sliding around before it reaches its maximum travel, resulting in poor performance and/or damage to the unit.
- If your ladder is a free-standing ladder with no rungs, then place some sandbags on top of the unit and secure them in place using tape or zip ties (see below for how to attach bag ties). This will help keep your ladder leveler from moving around during use.
Note: This step is not needed if your ladder has rungs instead of feet (see above). Simply layout bags under each foot or rung.