About Montgomery Level

Slope Level

I have always experimented with better and simpler ways to accomplish complicated construction tasks.  Over the years working in the construction industry, I realized there had to be a better and safer way to calculate slope without having to use the old “rise over run” method, which takes both hands or two people and requires math skills. I have been in the building industry for over 30 years and the levels have not been improved upon. There of course are the digital levels, however they are too expensive and are not waterproof, they also have to be calibrated if dropped which as many roofers know happens.

As many inventions, the Montgomery Level is a product of my frustration with inaccurate yet expensive tools. A solution to my frustrations was a simple arced vial and specially engineered fluid that can withstand very high and low temperatures. After months of diligent research and testing, I introduced my final product  – a slope level that measures the degree and the pitch. It is highly accurate and durable as well as affordable and simple to use.

– Matthew Montgomery
Inventor of the Montgomery Level

Montgomery Level Features

  • Plump
  • Level
  • Pitch
  • Degree
  • Standard/Metric Ruler
  • Straight Edge
  • Marine Grade
  • Magnetic Side for Hands-Free Operation
  • Aluminum Box Profile
  • Corrosion-Resistant
  • Superior Accuracy
  • 20°F-130°F Temperature Range

Who Uses Our Levels?

  • Roofers
  • Carpenters
  • Engineers
  • Contractors
  • Plumbers
  • Building Inspectors
  • Cabinet Makers
  • Painters
  • Landscape Architects
  • Interior Designers
  • Stone & Brick Masons
  • Metal Trade
  • Machinists
  • Graphic Artists
  • DIYers