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Old 11-14-2013, 07:47 AM   #1
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Safety equipment is very important things for roofers because many of times it's work as life saver, most of the time it saves life of roofers if any accident happens during the work.

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Really?
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yes you are right. Safety equipment is reallyu important thing.
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work safe, hmmm, who would of thought of it. is there a video available.
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work safe, hmmm, who would of thought of it. is there a video available.
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