Archives by Month: April 2019

What Can We Tell From This Photo? (Case Study 18)

Posted by in Case Studies, Wood | April 29, 2019

One of my favorite sayings is, “When something doesn’t look quite right, it probably isn’t.” This maxim has served me well, both professionally and personally.  Some would probably call it “instinct” or “the subconscious mind.”  Whatever it is called it… Read More

The Christian is Not a Good Person

Posted by in Uncategorized | April 15, 2019

Startled by this title?  Here is a simple and true explanation given by Martin Lloyd Jones with his references: “He is a vile wretch who has been saved by the grace of God! ‘You see, at just the right time,… Read More

What Can Hail Damage Look Like in Siding or Leaf Guards?

Posted by in Hail Damage, Siding | April 01, 2019

In two words, “visible indentations.” As they sang in Grease, “Tell me more. Tell me more.” “Tend to be near circular in shape” “Formed by a mostly downward impact” “Widespread in extent” “Random in pattern” “Not uniform in size or… Read More