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Werner FS2000 Fiberglass 4' Type 2 225-lb Capacity Step Ladder

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Lowe's has Werner FS2000 Fiberglass 4' Type 2 225-lb Capacity Step Ladder (FS204X9216) on sale for $24.98. Select free store pickup where available.

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Key Features:
  • Maximum Reach: 8 ft (Assuming a 5 ft 6 in person with a 12 in reach)
  • 4-ft fiberglass type II step ladder helps you access high areas
  • Multi-functional top with tool and paint can holder is designed for home improvement projects
  • Slip-resistant foot pads and steps help prevent accidents
  • Top and bottom steps are braced for added security
  • Fiberglass rails are non-conductive for safe working conditions near electricity
  • External pinch-resistant spreaders provide stability
  • 225-lb duty rating withstands heavy-duty tasks
  • ANSI and OSHA safety listing demonstrate this product has met minimum requirements of widely accepted safety standards

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Lowe's [lowes.com] has the Werner 4' FS200 fiberglass step ladder on sale for $24.98 with free store pickup.
  • Maximum Reach: 8' (Assuming a 5' 6" person with a 12" reach)
  • 4' fiberglass type II step ladder helps you access high areas
  • Multi-functional top with tool and paint can holder is designed for home improvement projects
  • Slip-resistant foot pads and steps help prevent accidents
  • Top and bottom steps are braced for added security
  • Fiberglass rails are non-conductive for safe working conditions near electricity
  • External pinch-resistant spreaders provide stability
  • 225-lb duty rating withstands heavy-duty tasks
  • ANSI and OSHA safety listing demonstrate this product has met minimum requirements of widely accepted safety standards
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Nice try OSHA
4 foot ladders are probably the best ladders. Tall enough to reach the ceiling, small enough to carry up and down the stairs without worrying about hitting drywall. And the perfect size to throw in your back seat if you need to. Most of the ladders on our jobsites are 4 footers.
The "flat top" is for death drops.

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Those flat tops are the best for standing on, I hate ladders that aren't flat on the top.
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Picked up two of these a few years ago for $20 each from Lowes, so $25 today is still a good deal for a quality Werner ladder. They are stiff to open when new, but definitely sturdy enough for a Type 2. Sometimes, all you need is a 4ft ladder and easier than dragging out a taller one; especially through the house.
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Those flat tops are the best for standing on, I hate ladders that have aren't flat on the top.
The "flat top" is for death drops.
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Those flat tops are the best for standing on, I hate ladders that have aren't flat on the top.
Nice try OSHA
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nice....
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I already have a 8ft reach....lol, but I'm looking to pick up. thanks op
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Not bad
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What's is this a ladder for ants?
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What's is this a ladder for ants?
4 foot ladders are probably the best ladders. Tall enough to reach the ceiling, small enough to carry up and down the stairs without worrying about hitting drywall. And the perfect size to throw in your back seat if you need to. Most of the ladders on our jobsites are 4 footers.
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Picked up 2 of these last week. I didn't realize they are lacking the center hole for holding a hammer and the 2 bigger holes that it does have are too small to fit my hammer. Great ladder for the price, but if you're going to be using it every day like I do I'd recommend paying a little more for the better top step.
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Picked up 2 of these last week. I didn't realize they are lacking the center hole for holding a hammer and the 2 bigger holes that it does have are too small to fit my hammer. Great ladder for the price, but if you're going to be using it every day like I do I'd recommend paying a little more for the better top step.
Is it feasible to cut a hole or enlarge one of the existing holes?
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Anyone know of any good deals on a 5 or 6 foot fiberglass ladder? Five foot three doesn't have much of a reach! 😂
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Picked up 2 of these last week. I didn't realize they are lacking the center hole for holding a hammer and the 2 bigger holes that it does have are too small to fit my hammer. Great ladder for the price, but if you're going to be using it every day like I do I'd recommend paying a little more for the better top step.
I would think a holesaw would remedy your dilemma
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