Archives by Month: September 2015

Shingles with Jen-U-Wine Hail Damage

Posted by in Roof, Shingles | September 28, 2015

We have evaluated a number of roofs this summer for hail damage.  We have evaluated more roofs than most years, but not as many as in some of the past years. And now, for your viewing pleasure, I now present a… Read More

What Can Happen to Unbraced Wood Truss Web Members?

Posted by in Construction & Shortcuts, Structural terms, Wood | September 21, 2015

So, what happens when the web members of a wood truss are not braced laterally as specified by the truss manufacturer? When a wood truss is designed and constructed by a truss manufacturer, the manufacturer commonly provides drawings that show… Read More

Buying a Home – Structural Considerations (Encore)

Posted by in Buying/Maintaining a Home | September 14, 2015

Buying a home is probably the most expensive purchase a person or a couple will make in their lifetime. If one buys wisely, the home will not only provide shelter, comfort, and sanctuary from the rest of the world for… Read More

Happy Labor Day 2016!

Posted by in Celebrate | September 06, 2015

Work is good for the body & the soul, but ….   And whatsoever mine eyes desired I kept not from them, I withheld not my heart from any joy; for my heart rejoiced in all my labor: and this… Read More