We are excited to announce that Levelok is participating yet again at the National Safety Council Expo! We will be in Indianapolis from September 25-27th showing off our latest innovations in ladder safety. We would love to see you there, … Read More
Levelok will once again be at the Team Summit expo. This year, it’s all happening in Texas! Team Summit is attended by over 2,500 DISH Network Retailers. It is considered a leading event for the pay TV industry, with top … Read More
Levelok Corporation adds three new videos to its fast growing video library to help consumers quickly and easily install the KeyLok Leveling System onto Step Ladders and Articulating Ladders. In the videos, found on both Youtube and the website, LeveLok … Read More
At Levelok, we absolutely love our customers. We believe you are the best people in the world. Why? You not only care for work safety, you take it a step further by utilizing safety products to really make sure the job … Read More
October 15-21, 2016 is the annual National Safety Council (NSC) Congress and Expo, this year happening in Anaheim, California. We’re always present, showcasing the latest in ladder safety equipment and this year is no different. We’re bringing with us the KeyLok, … Read More
Levelok Corporation, based in Poulsbo, Washington, recently completed extensive ANSI load testing of the KeyLok, Quick Connect Leveling System on a variety of industrial grade fiberglass Step Ladders, up to a Type 1AA, 375 pound duty rating. The results were … Read More
Mark Thomas Builder recently reviewed the LeveLok Quick Connect Ladder Leveler on his YouTube channel. Check it out below!
We had a great time at DISH Network Team Summit over the past few days. It was an excellent show this year in Washington, D.C. Huge turnout with higher than average interest in ladder safety solutions. Levelok Safety Equipment continues to be … Read More
Mark Thomas Builder recently reviewed LeveLok Standout Brackets on his YouTube channel. Check it out below! For more info on standouts, click here!
It sounds like a simple question, with a simple answer… yet can be somewhat difficult for most people to answer. Most ladders are made with aluminum or fiberglass, however wood ladders continue to be used on many jobsites. Splits, chips and … Read More