Experience Sheer Ease with the Shingle Shear

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Shingle work can be a real a hassle. You know that, and we’d agree. That’s why we want to introduce you to The Original Shingle Shear. It allows you to cut all types of fiberglass and asphalt shingles without struggle. With the quick reference cutting, you can cut any length or angle without wasting any precious time on set up or adjustment. This also gives you the power to make hundreds of different cuts throughout your day. Designed using durable aluminum construction, The Original Shingle Shear is lighter than its competitors, so it won’t weigh you down. It also offers a slide-in-scale that makes transportation and storage easier than saying shingle shear five times fast. Its blades are easy to sharpen and built to last, allowing you to focus less on maintenance and more on your work. When the time finally comes to change out your blade, economical replacements are available here: (insert link to replacement blades).

The Original Shingle Shear features a convenient, inlaid angle guide that corresponds with the roof pitch. This gives you the confidence to make your cuts with speed and efficiency. Wasting time on finding the angle you need is no longer a problem you’ll have. The inlaid tape measure also reaches a full length of 40” with no omissions.

Features and Benefits:

  • Its lightweight, aluminum construction allows for easy handling and saves you much needed energy during your work—weighs only 16 pounds.
  • Its big rubber feet and roof hook give you the power to use it on any pitched roof.
  • Cuts through most fiberglass and asphalt shingles, giving you the confidence to take it on almost every shingle job—25 year to lifetime warranty or double & triple laminates
  • Comes equipped with a rip fence for cutting shingles lengthwise, which strengthens your versatility on the job
  • The guard comes with a slide-through feature for cutting shingles lengthwise and ensuring safety for your hands in every situation.
  • The blade is extremely durable, which means getting the job done comes before maintenance, but it can also be sharpened, and replacements are available.
  • It also cuts non-ferrous materials, adding to its vast arsenal of functionality

Make every shingle job easier and CLICK HERENot convinced yet? Read what people are saying about the Shingle Shear below!

Happy Customers:

Portland, ME

“This seems to be a very well designed, well-manufactured product. It cross-cuts, rips, or diagonal-cuts shingles easily; has very good built-in measuring scales that are easy to use; is very sharp and cuts the shingles very easily. I forgot to say it's very light to carry, too.”

“This seems to be a very, very good product - I'm really enjoying using it - and its hard for me to imagine needing anything more or different.”

Russell, PA

“Thanks for making a superior product. One of my best roofing tools! 100% dependable.”

Topeka, KS

“Your shingle cutter worked like a charm and saved hours of time and aggravation. The best tool investment I’ve ever made.”

Vernon, CT

“Bought one, excellent piece of equipment. Had to get another.”

Plymouth, WI

“Unit is lightweight. Quick precision cuts on valleys and starters.”

Hillpoint, WI

“Shingle Shear makes for a good looking job. Worked great!”

Brewster, MA

“Thanks! Your product makes roofing faster and easier.”

Worcester, MA

“Money well spent."

Blade Care:

Maintenance on the Original Shingle Shear is simple. The top curved blade can be touched up with a file or angle grinder. This can be done while still on the unit, or removed and sharpened on a bench grinder, which offers versatility when sharpening. (Note: The blade must be removed from the blade arm in order to sharpen on a bench grinder.) The rest on the bench grinder should be set at 15° for best results.

The shear plate (the bottom blade attached to the unit itself) should only be sharpened once for every two times the upper blade is sharpened. The shear plate must be removed from the unit and be ground at a square, 90° angle.

Care should be taken not to remove any more material than is necessary on the shear plate. Repeated and aggressive grinding results in the cutting edge dropping too far below the table surface of the Shingle Shear. For this reason, we recommend that shingles be cut with the stones up. This puts more of the wear on the top blade which can be sharpened more frequently.

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