We’ve put together a quick article for all those budding DIY enthusiasts! It’s said a bad workman always blames his tools which is why we’ve put together some insightful information on the typical tools you’re going to need to use if you’re fixing your roof. After reading this, you won’t have any excuses for a bad job.
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The Weighting Is The Hardest Part
Talk to Pros and they will tell you that weight is the most important consideration when choosing a roofing nailer. Securing shingles and siding is an all day or multiple day job. If the tool is heavy, the work is brutal. It’s not only the tool weight, but the user also needs to pick up and hold heavy materials in place for nailing, which adds to the fatigue of the job.
A roofing nailer is an essential item to have but it isn’t the only tool you’ll need to carry out some basic maintenance work on your roof.
4 Roofing Tools that Make the Job Easier
THE BEAST Shingle Remover
Shingle removal is a beast of a job but now, finally, there’s a tool that’s up to the task. THE BEAST Shingle Remover from Malco makes a tough job bearable. THE BEAST cleanly lifts off heavy loads of shingles and pulls nails in one motion. Long handled models are available with either an adjustable head for handling any roof pitch, or a versatile fixed head.
Adjustable models also feature fiberglass handles and a choice of 48” (1.22 m) or 58” (1.47 m) tool lengths. All long handle BEASTS feature replaceable 10 gauge (3.40 mm) tempered steel blades with variable length teeth. A comfortable D-grip is also standard.
Short Handled BEAST
Handle those tight spots with a short handled “Baby” BEAST!…
If you’d like any advice on roof repair in the Danbury area, please feel free to contact us at Danbury Roofing Pros on (203) 648-9889.
Danbury Roofing Pros
23 Backus Ave #3043,
Danbury, CT 06810
Phone: (203) 648-9889