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Just when I think I've seen it all.

This just doesn't seem like a good idea.
From losing your balance and sending the blower or YOU over the edge onto a car, air conditioning unit, fence, person, ...
Not keeping the scraper up high enough and tearing off some shingles.


 

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SMH.... (sigh..) :facepalm_zpsdj194qh
 

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From losing your balance and sending the blower or YOU over the edge onto a car, air conditioning unit, fence, person, ...
That could happen if you're up there with a shovel.
There was a picture going around last year of a guy in Maine using a snowblower on his garage roof.
Seems safe enough to me as long as you don't fall off, which could happen with or without a blower.
 

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If it was a flat roof I wouldn't see too much of an issue other then near the sides. But I still don't see it as a good idea. I want to know how he got it up there.

A roof collapsing because of snow weight can be a serious issue. But having it collapse while your in the hospital recoveing from a fall off the roof is a serious issue as well.

James
 

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Is it 1 or 2 stage???? can not tell from the pic.:question::smiley-confused009::smiley-confused009::smiley-confused009::smiley-confused009::smiley-confused009::smiley-confused009:
 
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