Ok, so when using roof jacks on a roofing project, what do you do with the raised nails that were used to hold the roof jacks in place.
For example, from what I understand, I lay the first several courses of shingles at the eaves from a ladder or scaffolding. Then, firmly nail the roof jacks in place so I have something to stand on when working and start to lay shingles over the roof jacks. At some point, the roof jacks need to be removed so they can be moved up further on the roof. Removing the roof jacks will obviously leave the nails that were holding them in place slightly raised underneath the row of shingles that are laid over the roof jacks when they are placed. Am I understanding the use of roof jacks correctly? If so, do the slightly raised nails that were holding the roof jacks in place pose a problem? Do I need to raise the tabs of the shingles that were over the roof jacks and nail the slightly raised nails all the way in?
Thanks for any advice.