Anyone know where in the US (PNW - Oregon) I can get a loft ladder?
I have two sleeping lofts, 7'6" high. I need to provide access via a
ladder of some sort.
I've thought about getting a wooden stepladder and cutting off the back,
but 10' wooden stepladders are hard to find, plus they're not really
attractive as furniture.
Ideally, I am looking for an old-fashioned wooden straight ladder or
something similar, about 10' in length.
Well, I don't have access to a woodshop.... It would be hard to make
one that looks decent with just hand tools.
That would be my first choice, though. I've done it before - a few
hardwood dowels, and some nice clear wood for the uprights...
But with the prices that I've seen for decent ladders, that may well
become an option.
Heh! I was self-employed for about 10 years. Towards the end, my
liability insurance was about 15% of my gross income....
Q: What's the difference between a lawyer and a catfish?
A: One's a bottom living scum sucker and the other one is a fish.
What about a metal spiral stair case? Personally I would prefer one
over a 10' ladder, at my age.
These are kit.
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