• The RIDGEPRO Roof Peak Anchor - 305-RP
  • The RIDGEPRO Roof Peak Anchor - 305-RP
  • The RIDGEPRO Roof Peak Anchor - 305-RP
  • The RIDGEPRO Roof Peak Anchor - 305-RP
  • The RIDGEPRO Roof Peak Anchor - 305-RP
  • The RIDGEPRO Roof Peak Anchor - 305-RP
  • The RIDGEPRO Roof Peak Anchor - 305-RP
  • The RIDGEPRO Roof Peak Anchor - 305-RP
  • The RIDGEPRO Roof Peak Anchor - 305-RP
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Price: $399.00
    Item #305-RP
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    Description

    The RIDGEPRO anchor is the ultimate device to help roofing professionals mount and dismount a ladder on steep-slope roofs. The RIDGEPRO grips the roof peak before the user steps off the ladder. It's pushed to the peak with an extension pole. A lanyard connects the RIDGEPRO to the user's safety vest. This allows the worker to install the anchor, then safely hoist himself onto the roof's surface. With it's durable design and it's maneuverability, the RIDGEPRO may be used repeatedly to ensure a worker never has to worry about falling when working on a steel-slope surface

    * Pole, Rope, and Harness sold separately *

    Features:

    • Adjustable sleeve fits 6/12 to 12/12 Roof Pitches
    • 7 lb. Aluminum body for easy portability
    • Connects to extendable pole for installation from ladder(Sold Separately)
    • Built-in lifeline attachment for added security
    • Crossbeam padding prevents surface from damage
    • Innovative Arch straddles ridge vent
    • Can be converted into anchoring device
    • Constructed of high-quality Aluminum

    FAQ

    IT LOOKS LIKE IT HOOKS ON THE RIDGE VENT, WHAT IF THERE ISN'T ONE?
    There have been many situations where The RIDGEPRO was used without a ridge vent and we do hear from users that they do this. However, we don't endorse doing so. We recommend using The RIDGEPRO as an anchor or a tool to get positioned on the roof to use another anchor. It is hard to generalize all situations one may encounter in roofing when using The RIDGEPRO but we would say that it was not designed with a ridge vent in mind, just an angle at the roof peak.

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