SkyScraper with Telescopic Pole

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Price:
£549

Tax included

Stock:
In stock

Description

THE MOST EFFICIENT MOSS REMOVAL SYSTEM!

Eliminates the danger of climbing on roofs to remove unsightly moss.

Simply select the blade to suit the roof tile profile, attach to SkyScraper along with the telescopic pole height of your choice, position at the top of the roof and pull down towards you, quickly and effectively remove moss from all types of roof designs.

Compatible with a wide variety of telescopic poles including SkyPole. SkyScraper can be used from the safety of the ground, and also from an elevated platform up to five storeys.

WHY REMOVE MOSS FROM ROOFS?

Apart from being very unsightly, moss on roofs also affects the drainage of rainwater away from the roof. Moss can impede the flow of water on route to the gutter, and also fall into guttering systems, inhibiting the flow of water away from the property. Water will always find its way past an obstacle invariably causing the gutters to overflow, which in turn, can cause very expensive damp repairs on homes.

CAN MOSS DAMAGE YOUR ROOF TILES?

Moss acts like a sponge, retaining water and preventing your roof from drying out. If left unchecked, damp can permeate the tiles and roof, causing possible structural damage. This is especially true during the winter months, where ice can form in moisture trapped against the tiles or masonry. When water freezes, it expands, potentially causing tiles to raise, chip or crack, leaving it vulnerable to the elements.

FEATURES AND BENEFITS

  • Easy to use locking mechanism to swap blades over quickly
  • Adjustable crank to suit gradient of roof
  • Adjustable multi-directional head to suit the roof angle and to allow moss removal from dormer window roofs

 SPECIFICATIONS

  • SkyScraper head with blade weighs just 400 grams
  • Telescopic Pole: 24ft  

INCLUDED AS STANDARD

  • SkyScraper Head
  • Selection of Eleven Blades for a variety of roof tile profiles
  • 24 or 34ft Telescopic Pole  

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