Archives by Month: March 2016

Not As Unusual as You Would Think

Posted by in Roof, Shingles | March 31, 2016

We get to see some unusual details on the roofs we examine.  Here are four that promote leakage and/or loose shingles. Who put the soil stack in a valley?  See the featured photo.  In heavy rains or during snow melt,… Read More

A Testimony Regarding the Events of Holy Week and Easter Sunday by St. Peter

Posted by in Celebrate | March 21, 2016

“Brothers, sons of the family of Abraham, and those among you who fear God, to us has been sent the message of this salvation. For those who live in Jerusalem and their rulers, because they did not recognize Him nor… Read More

The Case of the Sinking Wood Deck

Posted by in Foundations, Wood | March 14, 2016

It was cold and rainy afternoon.  And, while gazing at the rain sheeting down the window, I was ruminating on my plans for the coming weekend.  My quite ruminations were interrupted by the loud, sudden ringing of my desk phone.  It was a call… Read More

What happens when… someone discharges a firearm into the air?

Posted by in Shingles, Unusual | March 07, 2016

How often have we been warned by law enforcement officials and the media to not discharge firearms into the air to celebrate some “special event?”   In this time when common sense is a super power, I could not estimate the… Read More