Honed on a thousand roofs
My first roof shingle removal job was back in the mid '80s. It was two layers on loose, uneven barn-board and
hundreds of bent over shake nails were hidden under the roof shingles.
We were using shingle shovels and not having much fun. Slam-nibble,
slam-nibble, ¼ inch at a time with a dozen strokes to get past
one bent-over nail. It was tedious, frustrating, and it took forever.
Since that day I've tried nearly every shingle shovel on the market and
built twice that many in persuit of a tool that will make that job not suck. After many trips back to the shop for refinements and enhancements, my roof shingle removal tools are now dialed-in-tight. After twenty years and a thousand roofs, I can hook you up
with some high-performance tear off tools.
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