Amazon’s Choice for “Ladder Leveler”
The PiViT LadderTool, is a lightweight, easy to use ladder leveler that sets up in seconds and has no moving parts. Use it as a ladder platform for stairs, sloped earth, asphalt shingle roofs* up to 7/12 pitch** – just about any uneven surface. Hundreds of rubber grippers keep it from slipping, and the non-skid surface on top of tough polypropylene improves ladder safety and stability.
The PiViT Ladder Tool supports up to 500 lbs. (227 kilos), exceeding the ladder’s 300lb, 1A duty rating. Now you can work in those hard to reach places with ease.
The PiViT LadderTool's unique 5-in-1 multipurpose design allows this product to function as a ladder stabilizer, ladder jack, ladder shelf, ladder stand-off, and a tool carrier. The PiViT LadderTool is lightweight, easy to use and has no moving parts, making it the cost-effective replacement for a handful of single-use competitor ladder accessories.
* Not for use on Metal or Tile roofs
** For pitches 7/12 or greater pair with our Roof Boot
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You will receive an email on the day of shipping with UPS tracking code so that you can track your package.
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Most PiViT LadderTool owners enjoy its many functions so much that they end up purchasing...
Very few products can match the usefulness of the Roof Boot when it comes to working on roofs. The Roof Boot makes steep roofs safer for you and your employees. The Roof Boot's main function is to secure a PiViT Ladder Tool on a 7/12 pitch (or greater) asphalt shingled roof. Sometimes it's difficult to secure a toe-board or a ladder when you are working on a roof, that is not the case with the Roof Boot. The Roof Boot is easily secured by lifting up a shingle and nailing the Roof Boot as instructed. Check out our images of the Roof Boot in action.
Roof Boots are packaged and sold in pairs. Refer to the instructions tab for installation restrictions and recommendations.
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