Crew Members can mark and layout roof quickly and accurately without mistakes using the red points and red arrows as a guide. Whether Roofers prefer to mark at 11-1/4, 22-1/2, or 45. All and more are on the 25ft. tape.
Roofing companies who implement the use of the 11-1/4 inch mark on the Roofers Tape Measure instead of the 11 inch mark on a standard tape measure will save one square of shingles on 44 sq. ft. roof. Average savings of $150 on materials, and labor per job.
The Roofers Tape 5-5/8 layout reveal complies with factory recommended installation, especially with wind damage. The Roofers Tape has a one year guarantee.
The Black Points are an extra bonus on The Roofers Tape because, they are for marking short vertical starter lines or bond lines on standard 3-tab shingles six-inches before all even three feet.
The Roofers Tape is sporting the Black Classic Edition, and weights one pound. Has a .0045 blade, a triple rivet end hook, a positive lock, a heavy duty spring, and has an impact resistant ABS plastic case. Is proudly made in the USA by US Tape.
The Roofers Tape Measure is a solution for Roofers who don't like taking the extra time adding up fractions to get the right layout to install shingles with a 5-5/8 reveal. This tape has a simple, and accurate layout of red points and red arrows at 5-5/8 intervals throughout the 25ft. blade.
All leading brands of shingles such as GAF, Certaineed, Tamko, and Owens Corning, have a 5-5/8 reveal. But roofers today still use a standard tape measure to mark off roof on 11" inches, or every other line. Although, this is easy to understand and is in use, Roofers are losing 1/4 inch per mark, and are using more shingles than what is needed to complete job.
If crew members prefer to mark and layout roof on every line, then mark both red points and red arrows. Or, if they choose to mark and layout roof on every other line, then mark red arrows only. The Roofers Tape Measure design enables crew members to mark at any 5-5/8 intervals. Examples: 11-1/4, 16-7/8, 22-1/2, or at 45's or any where on blade up to 300 inches on 25ft. Tape.
In using the Roofers Tape Measure it's also a convenient way to mark and layout roof for standard size shingles too, because the feet inches on the standard tape measure are not on The Roofers Tape Measure, except at all even feet. The feet indicators enables crew members to mark and layout roof on every other line that has a six-inch reveal. For example the Atlas Prolam shingle has a (6") six-inch reveal.
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