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Month: February 2017

What Customers Value Today

Volumes have been written about what customers really want from the companies they choose. Customer service experts believe most customers value speed of service. Sales professionals typically focus on likeability, product or service expertise, and attentiveness. Researchers in the science of consumer behavior have a point of view towards brand affinity and image. At Paul

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Honest Discussions Deliver Good Results

At Paul Davis, the tried and true phrase ‘honesty is the best policy’ is well known to all of us. After all, our brand promise is “Truth,” a commitment infused into our company culture and practised by all Paul Davis professionals. We live this “Truth” by implementing a list of 10 serving principles and believe

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The Latest Cyber Security Tips

Millions of Canadians begin their day by logging onto an Internet-connected device. They’re exchanging email and following social media, news feeds, or the weather. They’re ordering merchandise online, researching for school and fun, banking and paying bills, texting, listening to music, watching TV programs and viewing movies. Yet for all the time spent with this

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HVAC Tune-Ups

It’s safe to say that practically every home and business requires heating, cooling, or both. And in the very coldest or very hottest periods, modern HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) systems are an absolute comfort necessity in our modern lives. HVAC systems operate with greatest efficiency and are trouble-free when routine maintenance is performed.

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Should You Consider Heating Your Home’s Basement?

It’s winter and that means one thing: it’s cold. Really cold. And while we all know that heat rises, those of us who have basements can’t help but wonder — should we be heating our basement? Even if a basement is rarely used, it does seem to make sense that you would heat it in

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