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Re: Shingles vs metal roof

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05-02-2013 18:58:08

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Great discussion. One more question. Can you walk on a metal roof without damaging it (I have to clean a chimney at least once a year)?

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05-05-2013 06:45:21

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 Re: Shingles vs metal roof in reply to patiolant, 05-02-2013 18:58:08  
When I had the wood burner I had to get up there a couple of times a year so I took an old aluminm extension ladder and made brackets to hold it about 4" above the roof and had it mounted permantly. That way not much chance of sliding. I have problems with height of any kind.

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missouri massey man

05-06-2013 06:51:40

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 Re: Shingles vs metal roof in reply to Leroy, 05-05-2013 06:45:21  
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That's a good idea for sure. The wood burning chimneys are now my only reason to be up there. I found some "boat shoes" that rich guys wear on their sailboats and yachts that have a real good sticky factor. So that's what I wear for chimney cleaning. I straddle the ridge caps, step in the flats and waddle like I got a load in my pants. lolol The back chimney is 26' up and hardly accessible with a 28' extension. Thanks for the thought.

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mike van

05-03-2013 03:23:38

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 Re: Shingles vs metal roof in reply to patiolant, 05-02-2013 18:58:08  
Most metal roofs are far too slipery to walk on.

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