tool for serious steep roofers across the nation.
More than 1300 are in use across America.
They usually pay for themselves in labor savings on the very first job.
The Bibby was the best selling new roofing tool in 2017 and is a fine solution
for separating and repairing shingles when the prybars won't work.
More than 7000 sold.
Slator, LLC only ships products to destinations in the continental U.S.A.
SLATOR Roof Bracket (Red)
The red Slator roof bracket (Patented 2018) gives you quick easy and safer access to many different locations on a roof. Not sold with ladders or ropes.
Meet's OSHA's criteria for a fall protection anchor when fastened and used according to Slator, LLC's instructions and when the substructure is capable of supporting a 5000 load. Don't forget to buy your Slator-approved fasteners. They are part of your OSHA compliant system.
The SLATOR conforms with OSHA 1926, 1910 and ANSI Z359.1 requirements when installed and used according to the instructions. It fastens to a steep slate or asphalt shingle roof and firmly clamps a ladder into position, allowing any tradesman working on the roof easier and safer access to perform their wo rk. Used properly, the SLATOR will help protect the roof from wear and tear, save you time, energy, and perhaps, your life. We recommend you get some, watch the tutorials and gain easier and safer access to do your best work.
Combo Fastener Pack
Bibby with Handle
ABC SUPPLY PURCHASED remaining inventory until 2019. We are out of stock until then. Please purchase from ABC Supply or Stortz. Thanks!
Our Bibby (Patented 2017) was the best selling new roofing tool in 2017 because it makes separating well sealed asphalt shingles much easier, while also minimizing damage to adjacent shingles. When the prybar begins giving you a tough time, reach for the Bibby.
Save the old Bibby blades to fix the holes in the shingle. Simply flatten the long bend and then bend down the holding tabs 90 degrees. Apply a line of sealant on the front and a dab on the back and slip the Bibby underneath the shingles that have holes in them. Press down on the shingle so that the sealant oozes through the holes from underneath, wipe off the excess and tap the "hidden" tabs lightly with a hammer and you're done! Sprinkle shingle granules from the gutter onto the exposed sealant holes for a nearly invisible repair.
Bibbys: Replacement 6 - Pack
When the Bibby (Patented 2017) gets dull from separating shingles, save it to fix holes in shingles. You know, the holes left by roof anchors, satelite dishes and the ones left by the siding guys and their pump jack stand offs! Keep a 6 - Pack of sharp replacements in every work truck. Watch the demo video on the home page to get the best use out of the tool. You can even use the Bibby to prune small tree branches interfering with the roof!
OUT OF STOCK. PLEASE BUY FROM ABC or STORTZ while we resupply. THANKS!
1. Are tough! They have been thoroughly tested and are part of an OSHA-compliant system.
2. They "zip" right in! (We use a cordless impact driver)
3. They are not fully threaded and make is easy to "FIND" the roof rafters, every time!
4. They have a coating that wears away so you can tell if they have ever been used before.
5. The old fasteners can be saved for structural repairs or other uses.
Don't forget to buy your Slator-approved fasteners! They are part of your OSHA compliant system.
The SLATOR comes with (6) 2 1/2" and (6) 4" long fasteners along with a 5/16" impact nut driver.
It also comes with an instructional pamplet. The last page has a 20 question test that
you may use to document employee understanding and training.
Well, that's just silly. The roofer is going to use the fastener that is readily available and you don't want it to be a drywall screw or a roofing nail. Yes, we've seen folks use both of those for anchor fasteners. Yikes!
So, our distributors wisely sell our approved fasteners in convenient boxes of 120. The boxes are 4" wide x 8" long and just the right size to keep a box in every work truck so that the crew has the tools they need to keep themselves safe.