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    16 02, 2018

    Avoiding Stovetop Fires

    The possibility of any house fire is frightening, and kitchen fires rank among the most likely occurrences. According to the National Fire Protection Association NFPA, cooking causes 43% of reported home fires, and most of these fires start around the kitchen stovetop. While fire safety has come a long way, you should still exercise caution [...]

    15 02, 2018

    Common Indoor Moulds In Canada

    Mould! The word itself strikes fear in the hearts of residential and commercial property owners. Mould infestation can be nasty and often expensive to eradicate completely, especially when left untreated too long. But knowing the different types of mould that are common in Canada may help ease your worry—and bring you some new insight into [...]

    8 02, 2018

    How Moulds Hide and Thrive if Water is Not Removed Properly

    There are many ways your home or business can be affected by water damage. From leaky appliances to flooding, structures are vulnerable. Of course, there’s one potential problem associated with water damage that very few people talk about: mould. But when water and moisture are present, mould can easily hide—and thrive—until it becomes a really [...]

    26 01, 2018

    Paul Davis Companies Excel in Cleaning Fire-Affected Contents

    Thanks to ever more rapid first responder times to a fire scene, home and business fires in many communities are less likely today to result in complete losses than in years past. Better equipment and better training also diminish damage caused by many fires. According to experts at Paul Davis Restoration, these improvements in fire [...]

    26 01, 2018

    When Fires Occur, Paul Davis is Always On Call 24/7

    Emergencies caused by fires have a way of happening at the oddest times. For fires, it’s not surprising that fall and winter months see the most occurrences, with December and January being the peak months. What is surprising is that home fires tend to occur on the weekend, and between the hours of 6:00 and [...]