Best Shingle Hammers

Updated January 2019
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    Shingle hammers need to be more versatile than their regular counterparts since the job of roofing is complex and dangerous. Having to bring multiple tools up can be an inconvenience at best. As a result, most shingle hammers are designed to do more than the job of hammering nails into things. However, the flat surface of most hammers does have the weight needed to drive nails through shingles and other roofing materials into the framework below. The opposite end tends to be focused on cutting materials like shingle excess so construction workers don't have to reach for a separate tool to get the job done.

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