Rated 4.1 out of 5★ by 14reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5★ by tawasier Perfect for cleaning a large pole barn Item arrived in less then one week. was missing one part but a call to the company fixed that. They sent item the next day. May buy another for sons to use. 03/17/2014
Rated 5 out of 5★ by shellex I ordered this roof rake to be delivered to my home and it got there 2 days later. This was with regular free shipping. I have used the rake one time so far and it worked very well. 01/18/2013
Rated 5 out of 5★ by Swamper58 Does the Job Easy and quick to assemble. Put a drop of loctite or fingernail polish on the screws to keep them from coming loose. Worth every penny. 01/15/2013
Rated 5 out of 5★ by stefanwalmart Modifying My 21' Garelick Roof Rake For Under $15 I have only three or four modification suggestions that work for me.FIRST, commenters suggest you put Loctite on the nuts and bolts. I agree. You need the blue liquid 242 tread locker in the red bottle and for small bolts from HD, Walmart, or Lowes.Make sure you run a file, or whatever, along every surface of the blade including the holes for the shingle savers. YOU MUST remove all sharp edges to get the rollers working without hanging up and stopping. They should rotate freely, very freely. You must bevel all the rake inside and outside edge surfaces at 45 degrees or round them off, period.Next cut two 1 inch to 1.25 inch wide by 3 inch to 4 inch long pieces of leather from a flat area on an old pair of shoes. Fold one piece over like shown on the "rugged rake" image on another page but without the roller on it. This U shaped folded over leather should be installed outside the shingle saver rollers and on the side end of the blade and along the bottom of the blade. Then drill and pop rivet it with two 1/8" diameter by 1/2"-reach rivets. You might want to use a backup washer also. I did. This leather will make sure you do not gouge the shingles in a valley or if the unit tips slightly in the snow. The leather will cushion any impact and not scrap any Easy-Heater valley or gutter heating wire system. Just do it. You can trim off any excess leather on the edges but I left some hang over the side edge for better protection of the shingles. It should NOT be thicker than the shingle saver roller's 'height' under the blade, so to say. It should fill in about half this height gap or thickness of the roller.You can install a long plastic piece of 1/2" dry wall square-U channel trim molding between the rollers from HD or Lowes. Cut the piece to length. With a very low flame, heat the one corner angle and the entire length of the piece. Push down to flatten the plastic as much as possible on a flat table. It will not flatten totally. Next put an auto parts store 3M molding tape strip on the inside edge of the roof rake as viewed from the pole side. Force the flat part of the U channel up onto the molding tape. Next, pull the red backing tape off while you force the plastic up onto the bottom edge of the roof rake as much as possible. Pull off a few inches at a time and bondthe two together every few inches. Press down on the length of the plastic to bond it to the tape. The plastic wedge shape will still cut into slightly crusted snow and dig into snow just like before. Now, it should not dig into the edges of your gutters and remove paint.Next, run a strip of 3M type 33 electrical tape on the bottom of the first 10 foot pole to stop it from scrapping your gutter edges.You can use your 15 foot plastic edged rake and bush friendly blade to push snow off of snow covered bushes without walking right up to every one of them in deep snow. It also works on walks and porches like a "snow hoe", which is what this really is.Cost for all these modifications? Less than $15. 02/06/2013