I put metal shingles. I'm slipping and sliding all the time. Suggestions?
I put on layer by synthetic manufacturers' instructions, etc., but I can not maintain traction on the roof other than bending my legs at an angle of flexion or obscene a bad angle. As this work is to hook the shingles together and hit tight with a rubber hammer and screw on I have hands or feet or anything else to hang with. I am using a rope harness and safety. Surely there an easier way or something I forgot. Work is going very slowly. Help.
It is an excellent tool called Jack to help Johnny with this. See this: http://www.bestbuymetals.com/jj.pdf Similar to a regular intake of roof, it has extensions that let you work on a larger roof area and is adjustable. A pair of these keep the board administration in place, allowing you to walk back on the board. Continue to use the harness and safety rope If so.
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