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The RidgePro Roof Anchor

Quick Overview

  • This rooftop safety equipment provides an easy to use design to keep contractors safe .
  • Easy to assemble and use means you will be stepping onto a roof to get the job done quickly and safely .
  • RIDGEPRO™ offers a unique design providing the ultimate rooftop safety equipment.
  • This tool gets you safely from the ladder to the roof peak and back.
  • Attach the RidgePro to the roof surface with 4 lag screws to secure as a roof anchor

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Item #: 99-304  MPN : RP3Q14-R

$543.60

$583.20

 
 
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The RidgePro Roof Anchor

The roof access tool to get you safely from the ladder to the peak and back. 

Includes a main body constructed of high-grade aluminum capable of withstanding thousands of pounds of pulling force, an adjustable pitch-selection grid with an incremental range of 6/12 to 12/12 with pitches etched into the main body, 

Two padded cross members to protect an existing surface material from damage and balance the user when transitioning on and off the ladder.  The intuitive design makes it easy to assemble and carry

Specifications:

  • Four cross member holes to receive 5/16” lag bolts for optional anchoring, 
  • a stainless steel shackle to receive the rope and harness clip, 
  • a set of pre-installed wheels to roll The RIDGEPRO™ to and from the peak 
  • A connection at the back to secure an extension pole. (Pole Sold separately) 
  • Components are welded together at the seams and finished with a brilliant red and yellow powder coat finish.
  • UL Certified

PRODUCT QUESTIONS

  • Can I use The RIDGEPRO™ on a metal roof?

    The RIDGEPRO™ is designed to work on almost all types of roofing surfaces. Some roof types, such as metal can have large ridge caps and/or narrow standing seams. Take the time to properly assess each situation prior to use.

  • Can I use The RIDGEPRO™ on a new roof without asphalt shingles?

    It is not recommended that you use The RIDGEPRO™ on an unfinished roof.

  • How do I mount the device into the roof as you suggest?

    The RIDGEPRO™ has cross members in the front and back that straddle the peak of the roof. Each cross member has two pre-drilled holes that receive 5/16" x 1 1/2" lag bolts that attach The RIDGEPRO™ to the structure. When you are finished with the job, remove the bolts and fill the holes with a weatherproof roofing sealant, then lower The RIDGEPRO™ back down onto the peak and descend safely.

  • How much of the roof can I access once I have installed The RIDGEPRO™?

    If The RIDGEPRO™ is securely anchored, you can access the entire roof surface. If The RIDGEPRO™ is not anchored, you must stay on the wheel side of the roof and can swing from the center of the extension pole up to 30 degrees from either side of center.

COMPLIANCE QUESTIONS

  • Am I in violation of not having a "3-point contact" when installing The RIDGEPRO™?

    Three-point contact is used for ascending or descending. When you are installing The RIDGEPRO™, you are neither ascending or descending, you are working on a "working platform" which allows a 2-point stance.

  • Do all roofing-related industries fall under the OSHA standards?

    Unfortunately not. Construction and roofing companies are generally regulated by these federal standards. Professional inspectors, insurance adjusters, solar installers, telecom professionals, firemen and other service professionals do not have to abide by these federal standards in some cases. In an ideal world, everyone who gets on a roof would operate with a similar set of safety practices.

  • Is The RIDGEPRO™ compliant with OSHA?

    When anchored, The RIDGEPRO™ is compliant with OSHA standard 1926 Subpart M for a single user, withstanding and exceeding 5,000 pounds of static strength force. When not anchored, OSHA does not regulate "non-anchors" so you would be working with The RIDGEPRO™ as an inspection tool, which grants 15 minutes of time on the roof before you must anchor.

PRODUCT USE QUESTIONS

  • Can I use The RIDGEPRO™ on a metal roof?

    The RIDGEPRO™ is designed to work on almost all types of roofing surfaces. Some roof types, such as metal can have large ridge caps and/or narrow standing seams. Take the time to properly assess each situation prior to use.

  • Can I use The RIDGEPRO™ on a new roof without asphalt shingles?

    It is not recommended that you use The RIDGEPRO™ on an unfinished roof.

  • How do I mount the device into the roof as you suggest?

    The RIDGEPRO™ has cross members in the front and back that straddle the peak of the roof. Each cross member has two pre-drilled holes that receive 5/16" x 1 1/2" lag bolts that attach The RIDGEPRO™ to the structure. When you are finished with the job, remove the bolts and fill the holes with a weatherproof roofing sealant, then lower The RIDGEPRO™ back down onto the peak and descend safely.

  • How much of the roof can I access once I have installed The RIDGEPRO™?

    If The RIDGEPRO™ is securely anchored, you can access the entire roof surface. If The RIDGEPRO™ is not anchored, you must stay on the wheel side of the roof and can swing from the center of the extension pole up to 30 degrees from either side of centerWhat is a “steep-slope” roof?

  • In residential roofing, there are three categories of roofing slopes:

      • Low-slope: 1/12 to 4/12 pitch
      • Conventional-slope: 4/12 to 9/12 pitch
      • Steep-slope: 9/12 pitch and above