Step Stools

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McKesson Step Stool -Each
McKesson Step Stool
Sale price$112.99
McKesson Bariatric Step Stool -Each
McKesson Bariatric Step Stool
Sale price$458.99
EntrustStep Stool 1-Step Chrome Plated Steel -Each
drive Step Stool with Handrail - 701982_EA - 1
drive Portable Bath Step -Each
drive Portable Bath Step
Sale price$30.99
drive 1 Step Stool -Each
drive 1 Step Stool
Sale price$57.99
drive Bariatric Step Stool - 649497_EA - 1
drive Bariatric Step Stool
Sale price$81.99
Mckesson 3 Position Recliner - 1065254_EA - 1
McKesson 3 Position Recliner
Sale priceFrom $553.99
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Mckesson Exam Stool - 1115770_EA - 1
McKesson Exam Stool
Sale priceFrom $260.99
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Mckesson Exam Stool With Backrest - 1115771_EA - 1

Frequently Asked Questions about Step Stools

Step stools come in various types, catering to diverse needs. Folding step stools are convenient for easy storage, ideal for compact spaces. Fixed step stools offer stability and are suitable for specific tasks or permanent placement. Adjustable step stools provide flexibility in height, accommodating different users and purposes. Choosing the right type depends on your intended use and space requirements.

Selecting the appropriate height depends on the intended use of the step stool. For kitchen tasks, such as reaching countertops, opt for a stool that brings you to a comfortable working height. Consider the average height of users and the tasks they'll be performing to ensure optimal functionality. Some stools come in various height options, allowing you to tailor your choice to specific needs.

Yes, every step stool has a weight limit specified by the manufacturer. It's crucial to adhere to this limit to ensure the safety and durability of the stool. Exceeding the weight capacity may lead to structural damage and pose a risk of accidents. Always check the product specifications or labels for the maximum weight allowance and choose a stool that accommodates the intended users.

Safety is paramount when selecting a step stool. Look for non-slip surfaces on the steps to prevent accidents. Sturdy construction with reinforced joints and materials ensures stability. Handrails or grips add an extra layer of safety, especially for elderly users or those with mobility issues. Prioritize stools with safety certifications, and read user reviews to gauge the real-world safety performance of the product.

While not all step stools are designed for outdoor use, some models are specifically crafted for this purpose. Check the product description or labels for information on outdoor suitability. Outdoor step stools are often made from weather-resistant materials like plastic or treated wood. Ensure that the chosen stool is appropriate for the environmental conditions it will encounter, such as exposure to sunlight and moisture.

Yes, step stools designed for children are available, featuring child-friendly designs and safety features. These may include lower step heights, non-slip surfaces with fun patterns, and rounded edges to prevent injuries. Always choose a step stool that is age-appropriate and consider additional safety measures, such as parental supervision, when children are using these stools.

Maintaining a step stool is essential for its longevity. Wipe down the surface regularly with a damp cloth and mild soap to remove dirt and stains. Avoid using harsh chemicals, as they may damage the material. Inspect the stool for loose joints or any signs of wear, tightening screws or bolts as needed. Following the manufacturer's care instructions will ensure that the step stool remains in optimal condition.

While step stools are primarily designed for reaching higher surfaces, some are sturdy enough to support temporary seating needs. However, it's essential to note that prolonged use as a seat may affect the stool's structural integrity and safety. If using a step stool for seating, ensure it has a weight capacity suitable for the intended purpose and avoid exceeding the recommended duration of use.

Step stools are crafted from various materials, each offering unique benefits. Plastic step stools are lightweight and easy to clean, suitable for both indoor and outdoor use. Wooden step stools provide a classic and sturdy option, often with an aesthetic appeal. Metal step stools are durable and can withstand heavier loads. Choose the material based on your preferences, intended use, and the overall design of the space where the stool will be used.

Yes, some step stools come with built-in storage compartments, adding functionality to their design. This feature is especially useful for storing small items like tools, cleaning supplies, or children's toys. Consider your specific storage needs when choosing a step stool and opt for one with compartments that accommodate the items you frequently use in the associated space.

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