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    20 04, 2021

    Paul Davis Supports Local Communities

    As spring moves toward summer, Paul Davis is lending its people, equipment, time and expertise to worthy causes all over North America. Our employees are honoured to give freely of themselves to support the communities in which they live and work.  Here where our people pitched in recently: Donating to an Ontario Family: Our Paul [...]

    20 04, 2021

    Out-of-Sight Dryer Vents Accumulate Lint That Frequently Causes Fires

    Many businesses maintain on-site laundry facilities, from laundromats and hotels to apartment complexes, gyms and medical clinics. These commercial entities share something else besides laundry equipment: an increased risk of fire sparked by a very flammable substance. A substance so easily ignited, in fact, that campers use it for tinder: lint. Fires caused by superheated [...]

    20 04, 2021

    Why Transparency Significantly Eases Commercial Business Owner Distress Following Fire or Flood Damage

    Business owners are usually in control of employees, inventory, schedules, decisions, budgets. That vanishes the moment disaster strikes. “They suddenly feel powerless. That’s an intensely uncomfortable emotion for proactive, motivated people to handle,” says Scott Hill, Director of Reconstruction Production, Paul Davis Restoration & Remodeling of Southeast Wisconsin. “We emphasize exceptional communications and service because [...]

    20 04, 2021

    Healing is the Hardest Part: Home Fire Takes Retired Firefighter and His Dog

    When a devastating house fire destroyed the first floor of a home in the Kitchener-Waterloo community, it tragically took the lives of a former firefighter and his pet. The man’s only living relative, his sister, was heartbroken and asked to see the scene. For Glenn Wilkinson, the owner of Paul Davis Kitchener-Waterloo, guiding the woman [...]

    20 04, 2021

    Commercial Fire Causes May Surprise You

    Fire is a serious threat to commercial properties for sobering reasons. With stable heat, fuel and oxygen, fires can become difficult to control in 30 seconds and double in size in just one minute. Further, nearly half of businesses experiencing a major disaster such as a fire never reopen and another 25 percent fail within [...]