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A roof inspection should always be on a business owner’s schedule. Not only does it help you catch issues before they become too much to handle, but it also gives you an idea of what condition your roof is in. However, simply climbing on top of your roof without the necessary tools will make inspections harder and much more dangerous. 

The Necessary Roof Inspection Tools You Should Know About

Just like in business, your inspections will only be as effective as the tools you use. The better the tools you have on hand, the more problems you will be able to catch, and the fewer problems your inspection will have to deal with. 

A Well Maintained Ladder 

One of the most simple tools you should always have is a well maintained ladder. Not only is it how most commercial roof owners will be able to get on their roofs, but it’s also one of the safest ways down. Keeping a well maintained ladder means that you don’t have to worry about any ladder related incidents happening when you use it.

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Shoes or Work Boots With Great Traction

Once you’re on your roof, you have to make sure that you have a way to properly stay there. And one of the best and most simple ways to do this is to use a great pair of shoes or boots. Not just any type of shoes or boots will do. You need to make sure that the pair you’re using has excellent traction. Slipping off of your roof can be a terrible accident that could cost you more than skimping out on a pair of good working shoes or boots.

A Harness

Shoes or work boots are a great way to keep yourself rooted to your roof. However, their traction is sometimes not enough. In situations where you need more support, you can use a harness. A harness is a great tool that can save your life in situations where just a pair of work boots just won’t cut it.

Working Gloves

Inspections can be very dangerous if you’re not prepared to handle them. Especially if you need to move things around your roof or grip it during the inspection. To help keep yourself protected, you should always have a pair of work gloves. Getting cut on an aging roof can be very dangerous because of a number of diseases you can catch. Tetanus that you can catch from rust for example can cause painful muscle spasms and even death. 

A Toolbox or a Multitool Utility Knife

Remember what we said about your inspections only being as good as your tools? This applies heavily when it comes to this tip. You need to have a toolbox or at least a multitool utility knife with you when you do inspections. These tools will give you more options when it comes to your inspections, and in case you need to do a quick maintenance section right there and then.

Final Thoughts

Roof inspection tools should never be neglected since the vast majority of them ensure your safety. As long as you have these tools ready for your roof inspections, you should be able to make your inspections effective and safe.