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Old 03-24-2014, 01:54 AM   #1
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We have a 1994 Hi-Lo and we have a roof leak. Even with the top lowered, we cannot reach the roof vents to inspect and reseal. Is the roof strong enough to support a person? Thank you, Lillian
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We have a 1994 Hi-Lo and we have a roof leak. Even with the top lowered, we cannot reach the roof vents to inspect and reseal. Is the roof strong enough to support a person? Thank you, Lillian
You can do it. make sure it is in the lowered position. Lay a piece of plywood across you help distribute your weight a little better. I'm about 190 on a good day and I walk on my roof to wash it down.
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Sure, just don't jump on it. When replacing my aluminum roof, I even had stacked bricks on it to re-bow it before bonding the new aluminum skin.
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