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Can my friends and I use a torch gas cutter to cut into the roof, and dismantle everything by sections? I imagine there will be some concrete layering underneath and such.

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Very small pictures, but if I'm seeing them correctly, that's a standard shingle roof which means it'll be over wood sheathing.

So no, using a flame cutter would be a substantially bad idea. Unless you want the building to burn down, that is.

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