Archives by Month: August 2012

They Don’t make ‘Em Like They Used To – Update #3 (August 21, 2012)

Posted by in Wood | August 27, 2012

We have been posting on the changes in the design values for Southern Yellow Pine.  You might recall that recent test results for the strength values of 2×4 lumber showed that the strength values for Southern Pine are about 33% lower… Read More

Shingle Damage Evaluation – Intentional Damages to Mimic Hail Damage – Part 7

Posted by in Shingles | August 20, 2012

This post is Part 7 of Shingle Damage Evaluation and follows Other Damages That May Be Mistaken for Hail Damage – Part 6d. In this post we discuss mechanical damage marks on shingles that were applied with the intention to mimic hail damage,… Read More

Shingle Damage Evaluation – Other Damages That May Be Mistaken for Hail Damage – Part 6d

Posted by in Shingles | August 13, 2012

This post is Part 6d of Shingle Damage Evaluation and follows Other Damages That May Be Mistaken for Hail Damage – Part 6c. Other Damages That May Be Mistaken For Hail Damage – Part 6, is comprised of four posts that discuss the causes… Read More

Shingle Damage Evaluation – Other Damages That May Be Mistaken for Hail Damage – Part 6c

Posted by in Shingles | August 06, 2012

This post is Part 6c of Shingle Damage Evaluation and follows Other Damages That May Be Mistaken for Hail Damage – Part 6b. Other Damages That May Be Mistaken For Hail Damage – Part 6, is comprised of four posts that discuss the causes… Read More