No matter where or what, there will always be a need for ladders. Yes, even in grandma’s old kitchen. She needs that step ladder in order to reach that highest corner on the top shelf. But the stairs could not go high enough for the old lady. She tried to stretch a little further but, oh gosh, she ended up having quite a nasty fall. Stairs at the mall can be bothersome for the old folks. They undoubtedly pose problems for those that have been classified as physically disabled or challenged.
You would think that if these folks were going to continue to endure mishaps in every day ordinary life, there would be no chance of them taking on extra-ordinary events, like a boat cruise across the ocean or lake. Or just spending a weekend fishing with grandpa. Pontoon Ladders and aqua stairs have been keeping the sailors, the pilots, sea captains and their crewmen safe for many years. So why not the elderly and physically disabled as well.
Indeed, every day use ladders have been designed for these folks as well. And would you believe that steps, stairs and ladders have been designed and manufactured for pets as well. The naval stairs or ladder rungs, for example, are safer to transgress because the rungs are wider and the dimensions between each rung are longer. Giving the legs and arms more space to maneuver goes some way in helping old sea salts exit the hold and make it to the deck in time to check the port entry.
And so it goes in everyday life. DIY chores over weekends need not be feared. Just make sure you have the right implements in check to help keep you safe.