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HandsFree Roof Hatch
Roof Hatch Access Doors provide convenient, cost efficient rooftop access, allowing for ladder and stair access to the roof from the interior of the building. With Pre-Installed HandsFree Power Hatch Lift which automatically locks/unlocks, opens/closes and latches the hatch door
Roof Hatch Rails
SafePro's Roof Hatch Safety Rail and Ladder Extension is a 4-sided rail system with ergonomic hand grip side rails, a self closing gate with no pinch hinges, & integrated ladder extension rails that will hold steady in the event of a slip during ladder use and comply with OSHA standards.
SafeGuard serves as a temporary hazard barrace during rooftop construction or for long term applications. Blasted, Non-Penetrating Steel Bases are built to last and will not void existing rooftop warranty. SafeGuard can be configured as a 4-sided structure to guard skylights and other rooftop fall hazards, or ground-level for multiple uses. Easily customizable Powder-coated system in any color or choose a galvanized finish.
Simply the best product out there for safe roof access.–Johnny Zamrzla, Owner at Western Pacific Roofing Corp.
As a commercial roofing contractor in the past year I have switched over from using Bilco Safety rails to SafePro safety rails. The SafePro rails are much easier to install, much more reliable and sturdy, and don't fade/crack in a few years like the Bilco model does. I have replaced safety rails on projects that were only a few years old and installed the SafePro models. Right out of the box you can tell this is a quality product that is going to last the life of the building. – Caleb Benton, Benton Roofing
Our firm designs safety of access into all our roofing projects. Safe access to roofs is a significant factor in the longevity of roofs because roofs that are easily and safely accessible get maintained, and roofs that are inaccessible do not get maintained. We specify roof hatch guardrails on all projects and consider the new SafePro powered roof hatch a major advancement. How many times have we as roof consultants and contractors climbed up dark ladders to roof hatches, fumbled with keys trying to unlock a padlock in the dark all the while trying to keep from falling? Educating owners to the importance of safety and ease of access as significant features in roof design is an important service for all roofing professionals and one that we should not merely leave up to OSHA enforcers.–Edis Oliver, P.E., Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates, Inc.
Products are top of the line. Customer service is top notch.–Tommy Ferrer, Supervisor at Tecta America Corp.
Why would we ever again want to fight locks and hatch hardware while hanging from an access ladder? Since we need to protect our people, why not do it right!?–Bill Conley, The Conley Group
Before we started working with SafePro, we had invested in traditional roof hatch fall protection devices. Our maintenance engineers and contractors found their products to be cumbersome and ineffective. So when we looked at the SafePro's RiskPro solution, we found a roof hatch safety system that addressed all our needs. Our people found it to be the safest and easiest to use. They especially like the SafePro HandsFree Hatch Lift. Trying to unlock the roof hatch at the top of the ladder is one of the most hazardous steps in accessing the roof. Our Risk Management department had been unable to really abate those hazards and risk. Our security department was also pleased when they learned about the roof hatch security system. Thank you SafePro.–Lee Jones, Director of Facility Management Granite Properties
SafePro Roof Hatch Safety Railings are a great way for building owners and property managers to improve roof top safety for anyone accessing their roof- Having a solid gate to hold on to when climbing in and out of the roof hatch will definitely help protect against injuries and falls.–Rene Munoz, Roof Maintenance Superintendent at RSI Roofing
When I was introduced to the new SafePro roof hatch fall protection system, it was exactly what I was looking for. I have not found any solution in the market that has the integrated design that includes the roof hatch power lift system. Their safety rail system is made of steel and sturdy enough to be used as a ladder extension to assist employees to safely take those last few steps onto the rooftop, which is often the most hazardous steps when accessing the rooftop. Their overall system design is innovative and unique in the market. I highly recommend SafePro.–Weldon W. Nash, Jr., FCSI, CCS – Consultant
As the assistant store manager, our corporate policy requires us to do periodical inspections of our roof tops. I also have to provide roof access to our service contractors and others. Unfortunately for me, getting access to the roof means climbing a 20 foot fixed ladder. Frankly, I do not like having to climb that ladder. I have a lot of fear of falling. The most dangerous parts for me are trying to unlock the padlock to get the roof hatch door open. I have to take my hands off the ladder to unlock the hatch. The other dangerous part is climbing onto the roof. I have fallen several times. The new SafePro roof hatch power lift and safety rail, with built in ladder extension, allows me to safely inspect the roof without any fear of falling. Our contractors who work on the roof and mechanical equipment also like the fall protection SafePro provides for them.–Requested Confidentiality, Store Manager, National Grocery Store Chain
At Humphrey & Associates we put our words into action… We have always been concerned about falls and the danger posed using the traditional hatch, which makes one crawl onto the roof (sometimes even trying to haul tools or equipment along). It is an accident waiting to happen. Roof access is part of being in construction and always a safety concern. The SafePro Safety Rail and Ladder Extension and SafePro HandsFree Power Hatch Lift eliminate the danger of using only one hand while opening the hatch. This device becomes a ladder extension to hold on to while climbing up and down to eliminate fall issues. We may not be able to always control the environment that our team has to work in, but we can make it safer when they are on our roof! We wish all of our customers had a SafePro Rail and Power Hatch for roof access.–Steve Humphrey, Sr., CEO President Humphrey & Associates, Inc.