Replacement Ladders & Accessories for In-Ground Pools
REPLACING OR REPAIRING YOUR LADDER IS AS EASY AS 1-2-3!
Whenever you need to replace your inground pool ladder or other pool accessories, In the Swim is your source for top-quality products.
- STANDARD 3-BEND In-Pool Ladder features features 1.90 inch diameter .049 inch thick #304 stainless-steel construction that will never rust. Includes three 18 inch wide high impact, non-slip resin safety steps rated for 250 lbs., escutcheon plates, and rubber bumpers. 4ft.1in. H x 20in. W x 24in. Deep.
- Replacement Steps Replace broken, damaged, or worn out ladder steps with our high quality replacement steps. Available in stainless steel or plastic, both replacement steps are designed to fit 1.9 inch diameter ladders. Bolt Kit sold separately.
- Ladder Bolt Kit Designed for use with our stainless steel and plastic replacement steps, our stainless steel ladder bolt kit includes enough hardware for 3 steps and will work with 1.9 inch diameter ladders.
- S.S. Escutcheon Plates Protect your mounting hardware with our stainless steel escutcheon plates. They simply slide onto 1.9 inch pool and spa ladders and hand rails.
- Ladder Bumper Protect your pool wall with our universal rubber ladder bumpers. They’re designed to fit both 1.7 and 1.9 inch ladders.
- Ladder mounting equipment also available - see below.
Our replacement inground pool ladders and accessories are known for their durability and functionality, so you can feel confident that you are receiving first-class equipment and accessories.Our inground pool ladders and accessories will allow you to provide your swimmers with a safe entrance to your pool so you can enjoy peace of mind in addition to convenience. Furthermore, our inground swimming pool ladders and steps are available at economical prices, so you can find what you need without breaking your budget.
Can this ladder be used on above ground pools?
- No, it must be concreted in with anchors.
Can this ladder be drilled into cement?
- No, the ladder is not fabricated with pre-drill holes like older ladders used to be made. This ladder is sunk into the anchor and cement is poured around the anchor.