No matter what happens, gravity is always going to work.  The truth is, you are the one who decides if it works for you or against you.

We’ve all been there, wrestling a ladder or some material off a roof rack – and that is usually pretty easy.  On the other hand, getting it on the roof?  That’s often a little more difficult.

At Expertec, adding a quality roof rack to a cargo van is often high on the list of upgrades our customers want to do, but the core problem – gravity – still remains.

How do you get to the stuff?  (Safely!)

Over the years, all of us have seen the same things on the job site – put the skinny apprentice on the overturned 5 gallon bucket, or the step stool that’s sinking in the mud, or simply prop a ladder up on the side of the van to load or unload the gear you and your team need.

None of those really work, and when they don’t, somebody gets hurt or equipment gets broken.

In other words, they’re not really solutions at all.

Keeping It User-FriendlyEnter our Rear Door Access Ladders from Prime Design.

These tough aluminum ladders attach to the rear doors on the most commonly seen cargo and work vans on the market today and don’t require drilling, so there’s no need to worry about rust or water intrusion.  Even more importantly, they can be attached or even detached in minutes, so if the need arises, your team could move them in they needed to.

The best part, though, is the obvious one: they allow you and your team to easily access all the material, gear, and ladders you’ve got lashed on the roof.  Another great thing about these rear door ladders is they can be mounted exactly where you need them.  This is perfect because the ladder can be placed in the best spot to facilitate loading and unloading materials, or to allow your team to unload away from traffic.

Keeping It User-Friendly

Ultimately, the right ladder on a cargo van is about safety, and these ladders are truly up to that task and ALL of the designs we feature weigh less than 20 pounds.  With load limits in the middle rungs (the most commonly used) of over 450 pounds and a “top step” rating of 165 pounds, these ladders can handle nearly anything or anyone on the job site.

But what does that really mean?

For one thing, it means your team is protected from injury because they didn’t have the right solution.  Since these are custom-designed to fit specific cargo and work vans, their “footprint” is perfect for the van and the roofline you’ve got.

Now, not to get to “artsy,” but the Prime Design ladders are available in both natural aluminum or anodized black, so you can pick the right finish to match the wrap, lettering, or simple the racks you currently have on your van or in your company fleet.

If ensuring your team’s safety and the safety of the equipment on your van rack is important to you, then the Prime Design rear door ladders make a lot of sense.  To find out more, reach out to our team here or call us at  1-888-435-6466.  Of course, as easy as these ladders are to install, you can also simply order them right from our online shop.

No matter how you choose Expertec’s Prime Design cargo van ladders, it’s the right choice.

 

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