$ 67.00 USD
Very few products can match the usefulness of the Roof Boot when it comes to working on roofs. The Roof Boot makes steep roofs safer for you and your employees. The Roof Boot's main function is to secure a PiViT Ladder Tool on a 7/12 pitch (or greater) asphalt shingled roof. Sometimes it's difficult to secure a toe-board or a ladder when you are working on a roof, that is not the case with the Roof Boot. The Roof Boot is easily secured by lifting up a shingle and nailing the Roof Boot as instructed. Check out our images of the Roof Boot in action.
Roof Boots are packaged and sold in pairs. Refer to the instructions tab for installation restrictions and recommendations.
Click the image below to download the Roof Boot instructions.
I ordered on 5/11 and it is 5/24 today and is supposed to arrive tomorrow. So slow with shipping that they already sent me a "share your thoughts on your purchase" email a few minutes ago. So here are my thoughts.
I had watched The Idaho Painter use these in a video and knew instantly how useful they would be. Every other product I tried to accomplish the same jobs just felt sketchy, I never felt secure and it's not easy to work at any height when you are unsure of even one piece of your equipment. That isn't the case with the roof boot. I will never work on a roof without these again.
I have a steep and very high roof that needs work, bought these to help access the highest parts of the roof, after receiving these in the mail, I feel confident that I will be able to get it done safely. These were of better quality than I had expected, rugged and meant to last.
How can I install Roof Boot on Steep Roof?
It is installed by lifting the shingles and nailing the RoofBoot to the roof through the 3 teardrop holes. If you go to our website www.provisiontools.com you will find full instructions for installation under the RoofBoot section. thank you for your interest in our products and I hope this was helpful.
This tools is simply amazing. Have two sets in every painting van I have. I have never felt safer on a roof with using these things with our ladders. A must have and in my top 5 favorite tools.