The PacTool Roof Snake Now at National Lumber

From the makers of the Gecko Gauge, with PacTool’s new Roof Snake, you can replace composition shingles easily and accurately!

With its patented offset nail-slot feature, the Roof Snake helps you align new nails with the proper one-inch offset from the bottom-edge of your existing course. It also lets you install new shingles without over-bending or striking surrounding shingles (or fingers) with your hammer.

Contact us or come in to any National Lumber location to ask about this product or any other details of your project.

See the video below for a demonstration of how the Roof Snake makes replacing shingles so much easier!

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