1. Choose your hardware type

There are two different options to choose from in the brass finish Full rolling or Hook rolling. Whether you choose top rollers or hook rollers, we recommend you pair the rollers with bottom wheels for an effortless glide without lifting the ladder.

2. Work out what you need

The most important thing to determine is the ladder height and the height at which you want to mount a rail onto your bookcase or cabinetry. Choose from a range of standard height ladders which have a predetermined height rail or opt for a custom height ladder.

Download guide to ladder heights.

*Don’t forget to add your ladder tread support rungs. These are metal rods that sit underneath each ladder tread giving your ladder strength and support.

3. Decide how long you want your rails

This is the side to side width that you want your ladder to roll or slide along. Only 3ft rails are available in the brass finish. The rails can be joined together using a joining kit to create longer rails, or cut them down on-site to the perfect size

4. Add your brackets and end caps

Once you have decided how many rails you want you will need to work out how many brackets you need to hold up your rail. There should be a gap between brackets of no more then 3ft (914mm). Finish off your rail exposed ends with an end cap kit.

5. Optional Accessories

Choose from some optional extras that will take your ladder to the next level. Add a wooden hand rail (available in oak) on both sides of your ladder or some grip treads to make your ladder steps non-slip.