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    19 12, 2019

    Paul Davis Community Charitable Updates

    Building Support with our Social Purpose Initiative: With a staunch commitment to always do what’s right and good, Paul Davis strives every day to fulfill its mission: “To deliver an experience of extraordinary care while serving people in their time of need.” That commitment extends beyond our workday to generously helping people and communities across [...]

    19 12, 2019

    Moisture Affected Collectibles Need Specialised Care

    An older gentleman prized one particular wine in his collection: a vintage liberated from a provincial cellar during his service in wartime France. He displayed it proudly on his fireplace mantle under a lamp that highlighted the historic bottle’s dusty exterior. It didn’t look dirty to him. It looked beautiful because the coating held special [...]

    19 12, 2019

    Paul Davis Helps When Disasters Like This Strike

    Somewhat thankfully, California residents are breathing more easily as the 2019 fire season winds down with fewer acres burned than during the 2018 season. From early January through the end of November 2019, 46,706 wildfires burned 4.6 million acres in the state. During the same period in 2018, nearly 60,000 fires scorched an astounding 8.5 [...]

    17 12, 2019

    Beware: First On-Site After a Fire May Not Be the Best Choice

    As the smoke clears after a property fire, owners wrestle with strong emotions: shock, confusion,  anxiety, uncertainty, sadness. One emotion often wins: an overwhelming urge to do something now. That’s exactly what unscrupulous contractors bank on when they call you or tap your shoulder as the embers cool. “Sign this contract and make this reasonable [...]

    17 12, 2019

    Everyone Benefits by Better Understanding the Restoration Loss Process

    Sooner or later, every property owner experiences the unexpected; a devastating fire, a deluge from broken pipes, a pervasive mould infestation from a stealthy but widespread roof leak. Shock is soon followed by planning how best to stop the damage, finding skilled help and returning to normal. But where to start? “At Paul Davis, we [...]