Archive for December, 2010
Rolling Ladder Pictures
If you have ever visited one of those old-fashioned bookstores or libraries, it is likely that you have seen a bookcase-rolling ladder in action.
While the tools that these book sellers use for getting to a higher place in their store is a simple take on the technology of rolling ladders, you can see without difficulty how a 10-ft rolling ladder can be used to move from one area to the next easily and quickly.
These ladders are positioned against a wall that is about to be leaned on. In view of the
Garden Ladder Pictures
Polemonium caeruleum (Polemoniaceae)
Nowadays Jacobs ladder, although demoted from its high position in the medical herb garden plants hall of fame, is still popular as a decorative perennial plant. The cultivated version is around 30cm tall sporting regularly spaced leaves and flowers of a striking blue which reveal themselves in a series of blossoms for a month around midsummer. Left to its own devices, it will grow up to 60cm (2′) tall.
Bed Ladder Pictures
Pick up trucks and other open rear end vehicles are often purchased for their utility. The bed of such vehicles is used effectively to store cargo, equipment and tool boxes. In order to ensure that these products are safeguarded in transit, people may opt to install Tonneau covers that help secure goods in their place, along with protecting them from the elements. Since such open spaces can be used effectively for transportation and storage, they are highly valued for their utility. For this reason, they are commonly referred to as utility beds. Ladder racks are similar to ladders and
Ladder Bookcase Pictures
I recently created a unique bookshelf using two ladders and some old hardback books. The ladders were left overs from when two of my sons had loft style bunkbeds, and the books had accumulated over the years.
For many years, I used the old ladders as quilt and afghan display racks in my living room. I simply leaned the ladders against the wall, then draped hand made blankets over some of the steps, or rungs.
When looking through my books one day though, I realized I had many old hard backs which were
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Telescopic Ladder Pictures
A telescopic or extension ladder personifies convenience. It features an extend-retract mechanism similar to that found in optical telescopes. This means that – typically it measure 12.5 feet in height – can be retracted to around 2.5 feet.
One of this kind holds many advantages in comparison to the conventional type. It’s extend-retract mechanism, allows it to be stowed away with ease. Many individuals who lack the space to house a ladder often resort to leaving it outdoors. However, this means that yours is exposed to all elements and may become damaged as a result. If