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This Roofing Trailer is a Game Changer

Equipter Game Changing Trailer
April 27, 2023 at 12:00 p.m.

By Equipter. 

See why the team at Clean Cut Roofing and Restoration is praising the Equipter 4000 

Having your reputation in check is a key part of getting business and Clean Cut Roofing and Restoration in White Oak, Texas is well-aware of that fact. You want to be known as the professional company with professional equipment, and that’s why when Clean Cut’s owner Dos Rossouw first saw the Equipter 4000 at the International Roofing Expo in 2013, he knew that it would be a fantastic asset for his company.  

Clean Cut Roofing Owner, Sales Manager, & Production Manager Tell All 

After purchasing the self-propelled 4000, Dos realized its biggest impact was on roofer morale. He says: 

“There's parts of roofing that's not that attractive and that can get a man down. When you're just tearing off the old and you're picking it up, it brings you down. 

 "When you have a piece of equipment that helps you with the part that's not as attractive, that picks you back up. I know the 4000 has done that for my men. 

 "Picking up the debris is a little easier now and lifting up the material is a little easier now. So they can focus on what they're good at and what they love to see when they're done.” 

Dos adds, “Owning the 4000 helps me show my employees that I care about their day and I think that's good for our company. I know that it is.” 

Clean Cut Roofing Owner, Sales Manager, & Production Manager Tell All 

“With our name being Clean Cut, it is huge for us to leave the job site immaculate...In fact, our goal is to keep it cleaner than it was when we arrived,” Philip says. 

Before the company bought the 4000, its crews spent hours on the ground every day cleaning up to make sure they lived up to their name. 

 Now, Philip says they put all of the debris, including most of the nails, into the Equipter roofing trailer, which lifts up to 12 feet high. Then a crew member simply empties the container directly into an onsite dumpster. 

It helps “eliminate the risk of debris falling behind the bushes and on sidewalks for our customers to keep them safe and to keep their landscaping in great order.” 

 The sales manager recently had his own roof replaced by crews using the 4000. “I knew there wasn't going to be a lot of debris around my yard and that my kids, when they ran around the yard, weren't going to step on nails.” 

He says, “So when I hear customer feedback—really complimenting the guys, our crews, we did a great job cleaning up—I can attribute that to the 4000 doing its job and keeping their property clean as promised.” 

Clean Cut Roofing Owner, Sales Manager, & Production Manager Tell All 

Yauli Sosa, Clean Cut Roofing Production Manager 

Yauli, who oversees Clean Cut’s crews, says it didn’t take long for their roofers to get enthusiastic about using the 4000. “We used it on that first job. Then by the second job everybody [on the crews] wanted to use it,” he says. 

In addition to saving significant time on cleanup, he notes the crews use the 4000 to set up jobs faster. “We load the shingles on the Equipter and we bring it up to the lower part of the roof. We can pick it up from the Equipter and start working from there.” 

The impact has been so significant that the company has since purchased a second 4000 and is now considering a third. 

Yauli says, “We can see a big difference in our people now. They get more energy to work and it also saves their backs.” 

Learn more about Equipter in their Coffee Shop Directory or visit www.equipter.com.
 

About Equipter

Equipter, a family-owned business in the heart of Pennsylvania Amish country, manufactures and sells the Equipter 4000 and a full line of productivity-boosting equipment for roofing and contracting professionals.



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