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Old 06-16-2018, 11:02 AM   #1
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Can I climb on top of my 24' slingshot without damaging the roof?
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Old 06-16-2018, 11:25 AM   #2
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NO. Roof material is way too thin. This is an ongoing question. Some place pieces of plywood to walk on. But you got to very careful with that also.
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Newbie here,
How do they suggest you re-chalk around the vents and air conditioner if getting up on the roof isn't a good idea?
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You can go up on the roof if you span the roof trusses with a sheet of plywood. But you got to be very careful. By the way, I wouldn't recaulk, I'd use Eternabond tape.
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Thank you for the response. We do have the Eternabond tape also. That plywood method scares me, I am glad that I am not the one having to go up on it!!
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