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    25 01, 2018

    How to Stormproof Your Home

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    Ever been caught in a storm and feared for the safety of your home? In Canada, we’re no strangers to fluctuating temperatures and harsh weather conditions. To ensure your home stays protected during storm season, here are a few tips from the reconstruction experts at Paul Davis:

    11 01, 2018

    The Importance of Getting a Home Inspection

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    A home inspection can avoid a world of trouble. When purchasing, selling, or simply living in a home, it is important to hire a professional to inspect your home every few years. Bad weather, a shifting foundation, and regular wear and tear can cause significant damages to your home—many of which are hidden from view. [...]

    27 12, 2017

    4 Common Mould Myths, Dispelled

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    Much of what we know about mould comes directly from the Internet. Sometimes, separating fact from myth can be difficult. For health and safety reasons, it’s crucial for you and your family to know the difference. Toxigenic moulds, like Stachybotrys chartarum, have been known to cause neurologic, pulmonary, immunologic, and oncologic disorders when exposed to [...]

    8 12, 2017

    The Dangers of DIY Mould Removal

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    A simple Google search for “DIY mould removal” will result in a flurry of advice columns, tips, and tricks on how to rid your home of mould. Although these instructions may look effective, mould removal projects without professional guidance can pose a serious health risk to you and your family. As mould remediation experts, we [...]

    6 11, 2017

    Effective Ways to Protect your Property from Storm Damage

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    Storm damage is often unexpected, sudden, and troubling. One day, you might be enjoying a festive family gathering at your dining table, and the next, standing outside as hail the size of baseballs pelts through your roof. In the past, knowledge of an approaching storm could be surmised from the colour of the sky and [...]