Does your roof contain several holes? If that’s the case, you’ll need to replace it before the entire thing crumbles before your very eyes. When you decide to do DIY roofing, you must be aware it’s not an easy task. There’s a possibility you’ll get into an accident if you’re not too careful. Here are common roofing accidents and how you can avoid them:
It’s no secret you’ll need to use a ladder to reach the roof. However, there’s a chance you’ll fall off from the ladder and injure your back. What’s worse, if you injure your spinal cord, you may never walk again. You can prevent that from happening by making sure the ladder is clean before you use it. If the rungs are dirty, you can slip just by stepping on them, especially if you’re wearing slippers.
When you’re on your roof, there’s a chance you’ll slip and hurt your back especially if the roof is full of mould and grease. You can’t assume it’s not slippery if it’s sunny outside. It’s a good thing you can prevent that from happening by wearing heavy-duty boots.
Whilst on top of the roof, it’s possible you’ll get temporarily blinded from dust flying around especially if there’s strong wind. When that happens, there’s a possibility you’ll continue walking and fall from the roof. To prevent that from happening, wear safety goggles.