Archive for May, 2011

When does job-site safety begin?

May 24, 2011

This may be a rhetorical question you ask yourself.  Here’s what you should know:

The moment you drive onto the site, park and step out of your vehicle the following should be considered as a safety start-up punch list:

  1. Put on your harness, and other personal safety equipment that will be needed for site;
  2. Place cones or delineators around work vehicles and equipment with flags, yellow caution tape or red danger tape;
  3. Discuss safety issues with the workers, for this site; per the job safety plan;
  4. Set-up ladders and the first worker up the ladder ties it off;
  5. Look for attachment points on the existing roof where workers will tie off;
  6. Install fall-arrest anchors as needed in proper places; one per worker.
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Finish those copper jobs with U-Seal

May 11, 2011

U-Seal Copper is a true copper clad repair tape.  Do you want to enhance the chimney flashings, z-bar terminations or any other surface that could be improved with copper?  Cover them with U-Seal!

If you like the patina affect of aged copper, this is truly a cost effective way to attain that beauty.  Great for repairs on copper shingle roofs as well as standing seam copper applications.  Copper U Seal comes in 6 sizes – 2″, 4″, 6″, 9″, 12″ and 39″, and each roll is 33 ‘ long.

U Seal comes in several different colors – Embossed Aluminum, Gray Lead, White Aluminum, and Terracotta, all with the same sizes as above.


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