Author Archives: Scott Osowski

Leakage at the Soil Stack and a Method of Repair

Posted by in Roof, Shingles | January 21, 2019

Noticing moisture staining or peeling paint at the top of the wall above the toilet in your bathroom? Does the damage resemble the peeling paint in Figures BR-1 and BR-2 below? Lastly, does the location of the moisture staining or… Read More

Right and Wrong Ways of Siding Installation

Posted by in Roof, Shingles, Siding | January 07, 2019

There is a right way and a wrong way to do most tasks in life. This is also true when it comes to the installation of vinyl or aluminum siding on a wall above a roof slope.   It is good… Read More

Discoloration of Resilient Floor Covering

Posted by in Floor Finishes | December 03, 2018

Resilient floor covering is a common and economical option for your kitchen, bathroom or basement floor. It comes in a variety of patterns, colors, and textures and is relatively easy to maintain. However, resilient floor coverings can experience discoloration (Figures… Read More

The Sky is Falling! The Sky is Falling!

Posted by in The Unusual, Weather Events, Winter Concerns | March 20, 2017

“The sky is falling, the sky is falling”, said Chicken Little.  No my little feathered friend its just ice…very large pieces of ice.  See featured photograph. Throughout our years of structural investigations we have seen various building components, such as,… Read More