Posi Traction Rear end

(Charley L. Bottger) #1

Yesterday was the first full day of spring and I had to use my Posi traction rear end to stay on the roof:shock::shock::wink:

(Mark A. Timpani, CMI) #2

hope your ok

(Roy Lewis, CMI - North Florida Inspector) #3

Add me to your life insurance as main beneficiary.

(Michael Larson, WI Lic. # 1672-106) #4

This is how inspectors die. :frowning:

(Roy Lewis, CMI - North Florida Inspector) #5

I bet he used his drone…

(Charley L. Bottger) #6

Hey meat head the frost was only on the west side we did a morning inspect the east side was dry:D:D

(Roy Lewis, CMI - North Florida Inspector) #7

OK! Sh*it for brains…
Keep doing them, just add me on as a beneficiary…That is all I ask…OK?

(Charley L. Bottger) #8

Hold your breath Dic* Lips:p

(Robert Young) #9

Be safe out there Charley.
It’s not the fall that hurts but the object bumps and sudden stop at the end that can kill you.

(Dan Bowers, CMI, ACI) #10

Charley …

Don’t care what you say, sometimes you get up there … Look down and say WTF am I doing up here especially when the roof is wet or tall.

This was the church we did last friday in the rain … Tile is always tricky on steep roofs.

(Bert Hull, TN #1162, KY #194267) #11

I had one like that , too. East side OK. West side, still frozen.

(Charley L. Bottger) #12

Happens all the time here but we have those sissy’s in Fla and Wis con that don’t walk any roofs because of their weight:shock:

(Charley L. Bottger) #13

My wife don’t allow me to say WTF:p:p

(Kenton Shepard, CMI) #14

OK. So… anyone know what the dark (warm) spots are on the right side of Burt’s photo? If they’d been hand-sealed those spots should be in the corners of each tab.

(Bert Hull, TN #1162, KY #194267) #15

Yes. You can see exactly where the nail heads are. The metal is a nice thermal bridge from the attic to the shingle. Nice catch!