The Roofers Dream is a protective canopy for use over structures undergoing roofing repairs or replacement.
Protects Workers and Building Structure against the Elements
For Any Size or Shape Structure
Ideal for Projects That Must Be Completed No Matter the Weather
Can Be Used Again and Again
Great for Roofing Contractors and Do-It-Yourselfers
Utility Patent #9,506,268.
Story Behind the Invention
Inventors Michael W. Bright, Scott C. Daniels, and Scott Gordon of Elk Grove, CA have created a protective canopy for use over structures undergoing roofing repairs or replacement.A typical day in the roofing business involves carrying heavy loads, enduring temperature extremes, climbing steep roofs, all the while working at dangerous elevations above ground. During this time, the worker is directly exposed to the elements whether it is rain, scorching sunlight, or dangerous winds. The structure itself is exposed to these elements, too. Inventors Bright, Daniels, and Gordon have created a means by which both workers and the structure can be protected.This clever new invention protects workers and building structures against numerous elements. It can be used with any size or shape structure. It is ideal for projects that must be completed no matter the weather. The tent can be used again and again. It is great for roofing contractors and do-it-yourselfers. The Roofers Dream provides physical and environmental protection in a manner which is not only quick, easy, and effective, but safe as well.
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