Three more posts cuz......yous gots a shirt.How about a 32 footer laid on the roof & anchored to the ground? :thumbup:
I've used stabilizers before, but they're alot more unsafe being they don't hook the peak so well. Not bad with a small pitch. Worse comes to worse, shell out $20 and get yourself a nice new hook.
What about the other 40% Homey?before i had bought hooks, i used a rope thrown over the peak and tied to the ladder, then it was tied to a tree/post/light pole/heavy guy.
"60% of the time it works everytime"
You going to be papering the roof??I can't find my roof (ladder) hook. :cursing:
and I got some work on my own house to do from a (low) roof. Any ideas for a SAFE home fabricated alternative ?
(NO, I will not use the 36 footer laid on the roof & anchored to the ground)
Biker,I gotta admit I am stumped! Am a tool junkie, and have no idea what that is or how it works.
The Little Giant isn't so little! It would take longer for me to heave that sucker up on the roof then to paint it. If mine wasn't given as a gift I wouldn't have one.Another way I've done it is with little giants opened up & fully extended down each side of the peak. If you got one & depending on your needs, it works well.