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Shingle removal is a beast of a job but now, finally, there's a tool that's up to the task. The Beast shingle remover from Malco makes a tough job bearable. The Beast cleanly lifts off heavy loads of shingles and pulls nails in one motion. Long handled models are available with either an adjustable head for handling any roof pitch, or a versatile fixed head. Adjustable models feature 48 inch fiberglass handles. All long handled Beasts feature replaceable 10 gauge tempered steel blades with variable length teeth. A comfortable D-grip is also standard.
If you have stripped roofs then you will understand how valuable this great tool is. This is the best tool!!!!Published 5 days ago by scott stidsen
Waste of money. Too heavy. I ended up using a pitchfork and it was easier and lighter. The pitchfork provides great leverage because of the curl it has on the points to lift up... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Brittany
not my favorite job to do but this works better than a shovel the fingers help pop up the nails
having the adjustable handle came in handy i would rather not own one roofs... Read more
No good. Waste of time. Heavy and too short. I can strip shingles by hand faster than this tool. I will sell you my barely used one for half price.Published 8 months ago by Mark
Best shingle fork in my opinion...used these for 7 Yeats and they take a beating...handles don't last that long but the head lasts a long time.Published 11 months ago by Jonathan Yoder
This was listed as a used tool but was brand new unused~~I've never used a tool like this before and it worked great!! Read morePublished 18 months ago by don chamberlain
...dont get me wrong, it works, kinda.
first of all, its pretty darn heavy.
second, rather than get under the shingle, the long teeth either dont all go under, or they... Read more
Name says it all. This is a BEAST at tearing off the shingles. Even gets those one melted into the ice and water shield pretty darn good.Published 20 months ago by mick