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    24 02, 2021

    Water Damaged Commercial Properties Gain Real Benefits From Advanced MICA Software

    When a commercial property floods, the damage may be confined and easily mopped up. A supply line bursts in a hair salon at lunch hour, for example, spewing clean water for several minutes until an employee finds the valve and twists it shut. Few people were inconvenienced, the gushing was quickly noticed, and appointments continued [...]

    24 02, 2021

    Falling Trees Shatter Vancouver Island Homeowners’ Holiday Plans But Not Their Spirits

    Last November in Port Alberni, British Columbia, Len and Sherry Readshaw were anticipating a quiet holiday season at their property in the Mountain View Mobile Home Park. Two enormous trees had more violent plans. Before dawn one morning, Ms. Readshaw heard a brushing sound on the roof that reminded her of the sound heavy snow [...]

    24 02, 2021

    Paul Davis Rescues Flooded ‘The Degree of Honor Building’ In St. Paul, Minnesota

    One hundred and forty years ago, the wives, sisters, daughters and mothers of U.S. rail workers formed a women’s auxiliary organization to help create better lives for their families. Years later, the then thriving group, calling themselves the Degree of Honor, built its 10-story granite headquarters in St. Paul, Minnesota, in 1964. When a water [...]

    24 02, 2021

    Paul Davis Provides Support for Local Communities

    During the month of March, Paul Davis continues to lend people, funding, equipment, care and time to worthy causes all over North America. It’s a privilege for our employees to give freely of themselves to support the communities in which they live and work.  Here is a sampling of the events where our people pitched [...]

    24 02, 2021

    Identify Commercial Property Risks Today, Save Money Tomorrow

    Risk is a tricky thing that we humans have trouble thinking rationally about. We overestimate some risks, hesitating to board an airplane yet blithely driving a far more dangerous car to the corner store. We ignore serious risks if we’re excited about fun yet dangerous activities (yes, cave diving is thrilling but life-threatening). And it’s [...]