Are a versatile utility trailer or wagon that can transport large loads, from shingles, construction materials, tools, compressors and tile. They have large pneumatic wheels and tires that can also be foam filled to avoid punctures. They can also be hooked together and towed by a vehicle on the jobsite.
These ladders are known by different names such as a laddervator, ladder lift and hoist. These machines come standard in 24 and 48 Foot heights. They are powered by and electric or gas motor, and assist in lifting roofing shingles, solar panels, insulation and any other heavy roofing materials. They come standard with a brake system and additional sections can be added to make the unit taller. These are portable and light weight machines that can fit on almost any jobsite and breakdown to fit in vans and trucks.
Assist as an extra hand when framing and raising large heavy walls, they are anchored to the concrete slab and allow the user to crank up large exterior or interior frames. These heavy duty lifters come in different sizes depending on the height of the wall. They have been used by contractors for a long time and are a big time saver
Are used to hold hot tar for mopping roofs and foundations and give the ability to pour tar in place with a side pouring handle. Mop Carts are for transporting tar on flat roofs and come in 15 and 22 gallon capacities.
Are primarily used by roofers and temperatures can get as hot as 1,990 Deg Celsius, most units require a regulator to control the flow of gas from the propane tank. Some units come as kits and others with push button igniters for easy lighting. There are many BTU options due to the type of installation on the jobsite.
Is a belt driven machine that’s on a continuous conveyor belt that allows quick and easy loading and unloading of roofing materials. They are light weight and very portable, they can lift a variety of materials such as: shingles and tiles. These machines can be truck mounted for quick delivery of goods to the jobsite.
Provide safe transport of hot tar to any roofing project. Larger units like asphalt crack fillers can hold more material and have wheels for portability. Used in conjunction with an asphalt melter these pour pots are a great tool to fill in gaps in any project.
Are used for fall protection safety when roofing construction projects are active. These are Osha approved systems when safety harness’s are not in use. They are economical and provide the lowest liability without the requirements for ropes and other safety applications. Some of these units can be used as a permanent solutions, there are a wide variety of parapet railing systems for vertical, flat, open edge which can be used in conjunction with flags for additional safety.
Buying roofing equipment is a large investment, if unsure of what size machine you will need, try renting one from a rental house, Home Depot or Lowes. This way you can also speak to an expert about the costs of ownership what the sales have been on certain machine sizes.