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If you have to put a ladder on a surface that may be slippery make sure that you have an individual holding the base of the steps. Wood decks, tiles, and so forth can be very slippery and may cause the ladder to slip out from underneath you if perhaps not careful. If your steps is in the dirt, you happen to be pretty safe. The feet on most extension ladders can be rotated so that they dig into the places adding extra safety. As you put the ladder against the wall membrane make sure it is as close as possible to the area you are working. You do NOT want to be advancing while working. The out of the park you have to reach, the more at risk you are of falling. Another rule of thumb is to not be on the top rung. The farther down the ladder you are the safe. Optimally in all probability want to be at least two to three rungs from the top.

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