Castle roofing attached to the roof framing to create a platform that protects workers from falls and acts as a temporary resting place for tools and materials. Usually sold in sets of two, ceiling brackets mainly heavy angle brackets. While it is easy way mounting brackets on the incomplete roof, you need to remove shingles to securely attach the brackets to the finished roof.
13 Photos Gallery of: Installing Castle Roofing
Lean an extension ladder against the castle roofing. Climb up to the roof, carrying tools and supplies in the tool belt. Sliding pry bar right side for a single; select a single desired level of the ceiling bracket. Wiggle pry bar from side to side to lift the nail head from the single. Remove the field from the shingle and position the bar about a third inwardly from single site to find a center spike. Slide the bar under the shingle, first nail bar with Hack end and wiggle the bar from side to side to lift the nail head.
Image in the bar during the shingle about a third of the single opposite edge, look up the nails and remove the nail heads. Locate and loosen the nail on the single remaining edge. Back in the bar to the first nail loosened and slide bar between the detached single and overlying shingle. Locate and pry the remaining nails from the single center and opposite the rear edge. Remember to pry the nails from the area between two shingles. Remove the loosened shingle from the castle roofing. Remove adjacent shingles needed to accommodate the opposite roofing bracket.