Introducing the New RidgePro™

DOUBLES as an anchor and as a “first-man-up/last-man-down” positioning device. The anchor portion - which is regulated by federal OSHA standards to meet or exceed 5000 pounds of withstanding force.


Exceeds standards


Faster access to the peak than standard rope-and-harness techniques


Safe transitioning ability on and off ladders from 6/12 to 12/12 pitches

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We are excited to be growing our network of professional roofing stores that align with our company mission to end roofing-related falls and fatalities by offering The RIDGEPRO™ to professional roofers looking for a safer way to get on and off of steep-slope roofing surfaces.

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You don’t have to take our word for it. See for yourself how The RIDGEPRO™ can be easily installed and how much safer you can be on a steep roof as opposed to traditional methods of being the first man up or last man down for your professional roofing team.


Higher Efficiency - The intuitive design makes it easy to assemble and carry.


Safer Environment - Solid aluminum body is durable and built to last.


UL Certified - Can be anchored into the roof structure to be a single-user OSHA compliant anchorage point.

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We invite you to share in our mission and our success by being an affiliate seller of The RIDGEPRO. Encourage your network of roofing and safety professionals to commit to the best practices that can be passed down to the next generation.


Our mission is to dramatically reduce the number of injuries and fatalities in steep-slope roofing applications. We have done three years of field testing and market research with professionals from many industries to bring to you the premium, all-in-one safety device of the residential, steep-slope roofing market. 

Safely Connect to the Ridge Pole with The New RIDGEPRO™

Climbing onto steep roofs and anchoring to the ridge pole usually requires a roof ridge hook and an extra ladder. Hoisting that ladder onto the roof and pushing it into place is cumbersome and may lead to unsafe working conditions. What if there was a better steep roof assist tool? One that is lightweight, meets OSHA standards to 5000+ pounds and gets you to the ridge pole faster? Now there is: Meet The RIDGEPRO™™ adjustable roof peak anchor! It easily locks onto the ridge pole of most residential structures and provides a tie-off for all-day safety. The perfect solution for professional roofers and homeowners alike. But how does it work?

We made The RIDGEPRO™ roof safety systems easy to use for anyone. After all, safety is our #1 concern! Always wear a safety vest with a harness and lifeline for fall protection. Follow these steps and you can't go wrong:

  • Check the roof pitch with a pitch and slope locator, one of the most valuable roofing accessories to have on hand.
  • Match that to the number on The RIDGEPRO™ and lock it in place.
  • Screw in the 16' extension pole and lock it in with a pin.
  • Attach your lanyard to the pre-installed shackle.
  • Hang The RIDGEPRO™ temporarily from the gutter or ladder at roof level.
  • Climb the ladder until your belt is even with The RIDGEPRO™.
  • With the wheels of The RIDGEPRO™ on the roof, push it using the extension pole until it reaches the ridge pole — also called the peak.
  • Using the extension pole, flip The RIDGEPRO™ over until it straddles the ridge.
  • Tug firmly on the lanyard to lock it into place.
  • Safely transition to the roof using a lanyard slide-lock.
  • Screw in four 3/8" lag screws to mount it for safe use as a tie-off.

It's that simple. To remove The RIDGEPRO™, remove the screws — being sure to fill the screw holes with a roofing sealant — before carefully descending the roof surface. Once back on your ladder, twist the extension pole to flip The RIDGEPRO™ back onto its wheels and collapse the pole so it rolls down the roof. Hang it on the gutter and safely descend down the ladder. After one try, you'll understand how The RIDGEPRO™ has revolutionized the concept of a ridge hook.