Archives by Month: April 2013

Tips for Identifying Intentional (Advertent) Damage to Asphalt Shingles – The Pattern of Order – Part 3

Posted by in Roof, Shingles | April 29, 2013

In our last post we introduced three fundamental patterns that may be used to distinguish intentional (advertent) manual damage from naturally occurring hail or wind damage.  These fundamental patterns are: Natural Order vs. Unnatural (Artificial) Order Sufficiency vs. Insufficiency Compatibility… Read More

Tips for Identifying Intentional (Advertent) Damage to Asphalt Shingles – General Principles – Part 2

Posted by in Roof, Shingles | April 22, 2013

In our last post we discussed the increased frequency in the number of intentionally (advertently) damaged shingle roofs that we have evaluated over the years.  In this post we discuss the method of evaluating shingle roof damage with regard to… Read More

Tips for Identifying Intentional (Advertent) Damage to Asphalt Shingles – Introduction – Part 1

Posted by in Roof, Shingles | April 15, 2013

We have often been engaged to evaluate damage to asphalt shingle roofs.  Some of our evaluations have concluded that the damage was intentionally applied in a fashion that appears to mimic hail or wind damage.  By intentional we mean advertent,… Read More

Storm with Hail Reported in Hancock, Lorain & Cuyahoga Counties – April 8, 2013

Posted by in Weather Events | April 10, 2013

Hail was reported in Hancock, Lorain, & the west end of Cuyahoga counties of Ohio late on the evening of April 8, 2013. A preliminary report from the National Weather Service listed the following: Mount Cory, Hancock County, Estimated at… Read More