Professionals from many industries are making The RIDGEPRO™ their solution for steep-slope safety. Every day, another company or contractor adds The RIDGEPRO™ to their safety plans and procedures. The world continues to learn about this simple, safe, innovative and user-friendly device.
Insurance adjusters will often get on top of homes to assess damage done by wind or hail. They adjust damages for countless properties. By using The RIDGEPRO™, they can do their inspections quickly, get down to the ladder and move on to their next claim, which increases the insurance company's efficiency.
Chimney sweeps typically install a cumbersome roof ladder or scaffolding to get up to the chimney. With The RIDGEPRO™ they simply install the device at the peak where they plan to work, mount the device into the roof structure with four lag screws and get their tools down the chimney to get the job done.
Residential solar is one of the country’s most exciting industries and has long-term growth potential. The RIDGEPRO™ can be used by a solar panel installer in the same way any other roofing professional would use it. It can help them get on the roof to do a preliminary inspection, create the installation layout plan, service existing panels or to work all day long with a rope and harness.
Where there is a ladder and a steep roof involved, The RIDGEPRO™ can be used for the job. Be sure to follow the instructions as to how far you can roam away from the pole if you are not going to work from a ladder. We always suggest mounting the device into the roof and using a proper length rope and harness to do long passages of work on or near the eaves of a home. If The RIDGEPRO™ is securely mounted, there won’t be any problems.
General contractors for residential housing will typically have a staff they oversee in addition to hundreds of tools they keep in their inventory. They are also expected to be in compliance with safety regulations at all times. The RIDGEPRO™ is a great addition to their roofing tool arsenal. Why rent an aerial lift for several hundred dollars per job, dozens of times each year?
No one can live without their satellite tv, and the brave men and women who get the dishes installed and repaired may be on your speed dial. Satellite and cable providers have their own teams of professionals who get on and off roofs just like the everyday roofer. They, too, need to be able to get up quickly and safely, get the job done and then get back to the ladder without harming the roof.
We can't prepare for everything, and whether we want to believe it or not, disaster can strike at any time. When a home burns down or is severely damaged from Mother Nature, restoration companies will often need to get on the roof. The RIDGEPRO™ can provide a safety point for those who will be doing multiple-day projects while getting a homeowner back into the comfort of his own house.
No one understands the importance of time and safety like rescue workers. Every minute counts. Whether it's a fireman trying to get through the roof or a member of FEMA trying to rescue someone stranded on a roof, The RIDGEPRO™ is there to assist. No more carrying a bulky roof ladder with no lanyard connection. The RIDGEPRO™ can hold up in the most difficult of rescue scenarios.
When it’s that time of year to show your holiday spirit, holiday light installers brave the task of making their way up to the rooftop to give a house that special glow. Securing The RIDGEPRO™ to the peak gives the opportunity to hang lights along the eaves without the fear of a fall and doesn't risk as much roof damage as a ladder hook.
A solid home inspection is critical before buying or selling a home. The professional home inspector uses The RIDGEPRO™ to be sure that the top of the home is free of dangerous defects that would turn into a long-term issue for the homeowner.
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.