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Quality Equipment & Spray Offering Telesteps Ladders

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Portable, lightweight, telescopic ladders now available at new website.

| November 16, 2012

The Telesteps ladder.

PHOENIX - Quality Equipment & Spray is offering its line of Telesteps ladders at its new website, for use wherever a stable, tall and easy-to-transport extension ladder is needed, the company said.

"Many of our current customers work in industries where working on ladders is an integral part of their service," said Andrew Greess, owner. "They have been asking for the Telestep ladders because they need a professional grade product. They like the convenience of the telescoping ladders 

The company reports that its ladders are easily portable, able to be stored in tight spaces like behind the seat of a truck or in the trunk of a car. The full line can be found at TelestepLadders.com.

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