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    22 12, 2021

    The Science and Success of Removing Smoke Odours from Furnishings and Fabrics

    When humans sniff, our noses send information directly to the brain’s amygdala and hippocampus: two areas involved in emotion, recall and processing thoughts. Smells, therefore, bring back vivid memories and feelings that other senses can’t. That’s wonderful if the delicious aroma of cookies makes you remember baking with Grandma. It’s horrifying if smoke odours plunge [...]

    21 12, 2021

    The Best Job You’ve Probably Never Heard Of

    Ryan DeckerMitigation Coordinator Ryan was praised by Owner Eddie Bruce of Paul Davis Fort McMurray in Alberta, Canada. Here are Ryan's answers to some of our questions.Ryan was praised by Owner Eddie Bruce of Paul Davis Fort McMurray in Alberta, Canada. He joined the office since it was bought in November 2018 and finally launched in February [...]

    30 11, 2021

    New Office: Paul Davis South Western Nova Scotia

    Nigel Blair attended Saint Mary’s University in Biology, Chemistry, and Psychology. After completing his university studies, he decided that construction was his calling. At 20 years old, he embarked on his first major project: the Confederation Bridge to PEI where he was the youngest general foreman leading a team of over 70 people. From those [...]

    25 11, 2021

    Paul Davis Supports Our Local Communities

    As we celebrate the holidays, Paul Davis team members are remembering, volunteering and lifting up those in need as well as the generous organizations that work so hard to better lives. Our team members are proud to offer time and expertise throughout the many communities we call home. Here’s where we warmed up the season [...]

    25 11, 2021

    Commercial Safety Starts With Sound Planning By Property Managers

    When flash floods and high winds ripped through the Pacific Northwest in November, the raging storm shuttered businesses, inundated homes and downed electrical lines. Massive mudslides blocked highways, launched emergency airlifts for stranded residents and chased people from devastated homes.  Some commercial properties, though, weathered the violence more smoothly than others. “Customers who planned properly [...]