Rescue Ready

$179.00

Rescue Ready Window Fire Escape Ladder System

Rescue Ready will be stored in a compartment located in the bottom of the window frame. A decorative cover will hide the ladder when not needed, but provide easy identification in the case of an emergency.

Rescue Ready is permanently installed and attached to the structural components of your home.

Installation is done when the windows are installed, typically by the framing contractor building your home.

The ladders are made from durable 5052 aluminum and nylon webbing, and have been quality tested to meet and exceed ASTM Standard F2175.

Engineered standoffs keep the rungs set off of the building, allowing a place for your hands and feet to rest, providing an easier descent.

The Anti-Slip rungs provide secure footing.

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Rescue Ready Window Fire Escape Ladder System

Rescue Ready will be stored in a compartment located in the bottom of the window frame. A decorative cover will hide the ladder when not needed, but provide easy identification in the case of an emergency.

Rescue Ready is permanently installed and attached to the structural components of your home.

Installation is done when the windows are installed, typically by the framing contractor building your home.

The ladders are made from durable 5052 aluminum and nylon webbing, and have been quality tested to meet and exceed ASTM Standard F2175.

Engineered standoffs keep the rungs set off of the building, allowing a place for your hands and feet to rest, providing an easier descent.

The Anti-Slip rungs provide secure footing.

4.50 Stars - 3 reviews for Rescue Ready

  1. Charmaine

    What a wonderful invention this will definitely save lives

  2. Gene Williams

    Saw this on a rerun of Shark Tank. As a retired firefighter we all know that this is a necessary piece of equipment that should be on every multi story home in the country. That being said, forget the window manufacturers and set this thing up as an add on device and sell it in every store you can find.

  3. Michael Harrison

    This isn’t a review, But to expand your market why don’t you make a add on version to existing windows. With your self install kit it would just like installing a window unit air conditioner where the window slides down on top of the device. the side of the device would screw into the side of window pane and the bottom would screw into the bottom of the window pane.

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