Shingle Hog

Model # TSH-001

Internet # 202342334

Portable Shingle Remover

$1,895.00 /each



Model # TSH-001

Internet # 202342334

The Shingle Hog was designed by a roofer to help all roofers. It greatly reduces the time and physical pain of removing shingles while leaving more energy to put on the new roof. The result is a completed roof project in a shorter period of time and less aches and pains. Thoroughly tested on actual roofing projects, The Shingle Hog proved to be highly durable. The Shingle Hog also reduced the time of tearing off a roof by 70 percent to 90 percent. As a result, a typical three-man crew can be reduced to a two-man crew, resulting in significant savings in wages, benefits and a quick payback. In addition, The Shingle Hog always shows up for work.

  • Height-adjustable handle for improved ergonomics and productivity
  • Ergonomically-design activator trigger
  • Durable heat-treated steel teeth
  • Uniquely designed air exhaust to help keep inside of housing clean
  • Uniquely designed bottom plate/wheel combination to reduce friction and increase ease of movement
  • Lightweight design for ease of carrying and use
  • Operates using standard two horsepower compressor
  • Works on nailed and stapled roofs
  • Removes one, two or three layer roofs
  • Requires little maintenance, but engineered for ease of maintenance when needed

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Product Depth (in.) 
Product Height (in.) 
Product Width (in.) 
Commercial / Residential 
Commercial / Residential 
Product Weight (lb.) 
36 lb 
Roofing Product Type 
Roofing Tool/Accessory 
Tool/accessory product type 
Roof Rippers 
Tools & Accessories Product Type 
Other Tools & Accessories 
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty 
One year parts and labor 


Price: $1000 - $2000
Brand: Shingle Hog
Review Rating: 4 & Up
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Does this run on air or electric

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This item operates using standard two horsepower compressor.
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will it take up all the fasteners cleanly with the shingles?

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Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Good tool, not worth $1800 I used one of these to strip about 700 sq feet of shingles and it's not nearly as easy as the internet commercial leads you to believe. Remember you will be pushing and pulling it up slopes a lot. But it's light enough to be carried one handed up a ladder but for safety lower it with a rope. However it does beat a roofing shovel and would be a good buy for someone that does it for a living. I'd also recommend this as a buy for tool rental shops. A tool rental place would make their money back on this tool in about 2 months or less. For the homeowner, I'd say think twice, but buying this and a roofing nailer are still cheaper than paying a roofer. The design is simple. Between that and metal used to make this are not worth $1800. It's not even worth half that. Kind of a rip off when you consider there are other tools like this out there. September 11, 2011
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Shingle Hog I have been roofing for about 18 years now and the shingle hog is really something else. Once you get the hang of using one you never want to go back. It is like going back to hand nailing roofs. If it is a two or three layer roof it doesn't make sense to tear it off without it. It makes it so much easier it is amazing. I wouldn't do a re-roof without one! July 16, 2010
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