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Boom Lifts for Exterior Painting By: HomeAdditionalPlus.com
When it comes to painting high places, you got your standard old ladder. But sometimes it’s difficult to work with and still you won’t reach the places you need. Hi, I’m mark Donavan from HomeAdditionPlus.com and today, I’m going to show you an alternative to using a ladder to reach high places.
What you’re looking at here is a Boom Lift. This Boom Lift will extend up to 34 feet. You can run them at home, improvement stores and your local areas and they are excellent for reaching very high places. With these boom lifts, you can adjust them down on the ground. There’s various controls to adjust the legs and make sure you level to adjust the height of the boom, the angle of the boom or the angle of the basket itself.
Over here on the basket, there are controls at the center portion of the basket to allow you to remotely control the lift for going up, down and particular angle you need to get to. So the next time you have to do some painting at some high places, consider getting a Boom Lift. It’s actually safer than being on a ladder and quite frankly, it’s relatively inexpensive compared to either buying a new ladder or having to hire painters to come paint your house.