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How much snow was on the roof when it collapsed?

Posted by in Roof, Snow Loads, Winter Concerns | December 16, 2013

Well, the weight of ice and snow is affected by many factors, such as, depth of snow, density of the snow, consolidation, or rainfall on the snow.  This article will discuss information helpful in calculating the actual snow load. Of course… Read More

Merry Christmas 2013 from the Staff at Prugar Consulting

Posted by in Celebrate | December 09, 2013

May Jesus Christ Bless You and Your Families with His Eternal Gift of New Life in Him (To read our Christmas thoughts for 2013, click here.) Disclaimer Read More

Why Do We Celebrate Christmas at Prugar Consulting?

Posted by in Celebrate | December 09, 2013

Life can overwhelm us with so many difficult things or distract us with so many good things that we often forget the Giver of all good gifts.   for “In him we live and move and have our being”; as… Read More

Stopping an Actively Leaking Ice Dam

Posted by in Snow Loads, Winter Concerns | December 02, 2013

Have you ever had the problem or been called by someone who has the problem with a roof leak in the middle of the winter?  I would guess that many of you have. At that moment the victim of a… Read More

Give thanks to the LORD – Happy Thanksgiving 2013 !!!

Posted by in Celebrate | November 25, 2013

Give thanks to the LORD, call on his name; make known among the nations what he has done. Sing to him, sing praise to him; tell of all his wonderful acts. Glory in his holy name; let the hearts of… Read More

High Winds in Northeast Ohio – November 17 & 18, 2013

Posted by in Weather Events | November 18, 2013

Local television news media and the Plain Dealer reported damage related to high winds in Northeastern Ohio from a storm that passed through the area during the evening and night of Tuesday, November 17, 2013.  The high winds continued into… Read More

List of Shingle Damages that Cause Suspicion of Intentional Shingle Damage

Posted by in Roof, Shingles | November 18, 2013

It takes a body of evidence to determine whether or not the shingles have been intentionally damaged to mimic wind damage.  Following are many of the characteristics or features that alone might mean nothing, but many of them together are… Read More

The Importance of Cleaning Gutters – A Fall Reminder (Encore)

Posted by in Buying/Maintaining a Home, Roof, Winter Concerns | November 11, 2013

Gutters collect roof runoff and drain it into a downspout where it is discharged at grade away from the dwelling or into an underground storm sewer line.  When debris from trees or small objects from a child’s play equipment collect… Read More