Levelok Featured in The Painting Contractor Magazine

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Levelok Ladder Safety Equipment keeps those who work high up on level ground.

“LeveLok Levelers can be quickly attached & detached which is a great option as commercial painters are always dealing with uneven surfaces and varied degrees of heights,” Philip Lanzafame, LeveLok Founder and CEO.

To get the job done, painters and other contractors spend a lot of time during their day working high off the ground. All too often, unstable and uneven ground surfaces mean that working on ladders is a shaky and dangerous affair. The Painting Contractor Magazine recently addressed this problem in their September 2012 issue with an article entitled “Get the Bid: Home Interior.”

The Magazine’s editor, Jerry Rabushka, points out how having a ladder which can safely adapt to different level floor surfaces is extremely important. "Levelok Levelers can be quickly attached or detached to multiple ladders at any time", he explains.

According to Levelok president, Phil Lanzafame, patented Levelok technology is designed to keep painters, and other contractors, safe and secure while working in high places. The article in this prestigious trade journal also points out how Levelok Levelers attach / detach quickly and securely, without fasteners and are manufactured with “tough, lightweight aircraft aluminum.”

While LeveLok Corporation is widely known for their unique Ladder Leveling Equipment, the company also manufactures a complete line of ladder safety products, designed to keep working professionals safe and secure. These products include; Tie Down Straps, Ladder Carrying Equipment, Ladder Stabilizing Equipment and an ever expanding line of, "KeyLok", Quick-Connect-Systems, enabling ladder users to quickly attach or detach safety equipment to their ladders. This patented system was designed to save time, reduce weight / bulk and maximize cost effectiveness for individuals with multiple ladders. The company’s KeyLok Ladder Dolly – featured on the August 2012 cover of The Painting Contractor – is essential for outdoor work but also allows ladders to be easily wheeled into interior jobs. The Standout Brackets are used to stabilize a ladder leaning against a wall or can hold the ladder a few inches away from a gutter, against a sloped roof.

Levelok has created a full line of quick-connect and permanently mounted ladder leveling systems, all of which include a patented, automatic, back-up safety lock. The company also manufacturers a Ladder Guard, designed to keep uninvited “guests” from climbing a ladder, and a heavy duty, Non-Conductive Umbrella for protection from the sun and rain when working close to power lines.

Levelok’s ladder line includes a 16-foot aluminum extension ladder and an aluminum multi-ladder (articulating). The extension ladder is outfitted with the Quick Connect Leveling System, Standout Brackets, Pro Grip End Caps, and Quick Latch Rung Locks. The articulating ladder also includes the KeyLok®, Quick Connect Leveling System. It is available in 17 and 22-foot lengths, with a splayed ladder rail for stability, and carries a 300lb duty rating.

Levelok is headquartered in Poulsbo, Washington. To learn more about Levelok and their ladder safety products, visit the company's website: http://www.levelok.com or call 888.811.1727

For more information on Levelok Corporation contact Kelle Kitchel-Cooper, Director of Development, The RockFish Group, llc. Email: kelle(at)rockfishgroup(dot)com. Phone: 360.774.0431

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