Some tools that may be necessary to replace a gazebo roof include a hammer, a drill with interchangeable bits, a measuring tape, a level and a ladder. Depending on the nature of the roof and materials, the job may also require special joints, screws, nails, saws or clamps.
Gazebos are a type of outdoor structure that typically feature open walls and a wooden frame with a solid or slated roof. The process for replacing the roof varies according to its material and construction design, as well as the intended design of the new roof. In most cases, a ladder is a key element of the repair process because it allows the contractor to reach the interior and exterior of the roof safely. If the contractor plans to use wood for the new roof, she likely needs a measuring tape to determine the exact dimensions of the space and a saw to cut the wood to fit.
Another important factor is the type of binding the contractor plans to use to hold the roof together, with nails requiring a hammer, while screws require a screwdriver or drill with screwdriver head bits. The drill may also be necessary to create guiding holes through which screws hold the wood in place. Some roofs may call for special adhesives or attachment devices, such as interlocking bolts. A level is also important to ensure that the sections line up flush with the ground and do not skew in any direction.