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Ladder question

Randy Wahl

Contributing Member
Hello to all, first post. I would like to know what is used on extension ladder bottoms when working with hard wood floors, or tile floors. I did the interior windows that were 24' up and the floor was hard wood. No damage done to the floors, just looking for a faster way to safely move, install the ladder without worrying about the floor. I thought about a drop cloth but was concerned about slipping from the bottom of the ladder. Dumb question, should have taken the ladder course in orlando.

Tony Evans

Board of Director
You could also learn to use a traditional window cleaning pole for those. Keeps you safely off ladders.

Bob Gomez

New member
We use those carpet pads that are put under carpets for helping carpet stay put. Works great and they are cheap.