Step ladder to the pros

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There is probably no single piece of equipment that is more common in home shops and garages than the trusty old step ladder. For chores ranging from painting and framing to cleaning windows and changing light bulbs, step ladders are the ideal choice. So what do you have in your garage? If you're still lugging around a splintery wood behemoth you inherited from grandpa or are trying to make do with a wobbly aluminum misfit that you picked up one day because it was the cheapest one available, maybe it's time to start thinking upgrade. All ladders are not created equal, and Werner's new Contractor's Jobstation certainly proves that point. Whoever designed this ladder has actually used ladders on jobsites before. And while you don't typically associate "bells and whistles" with a ladder, the Contractor's Jobstation certainly has them. The fiberglass Jobstation is available in two sizes -- the 6-foot Model OBCN06, $140, and the 8-foot Model OBCN08, $165. It has a very ...