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    9 04, 2018

    Fire Safety Tips for Households with Young Children

    A household fire is arguably one of the most traumatic experiences anyone can go through. It can be even more traumatic when there are children, pets, and older family members to worry about. Although you may not necessarily experience a house fire in your lifetime, preparation, practice, and prevention will go a long way to [...]

    6 03, 2018

    How to Avoid Flooding at Your Office

    With spring on the way, the snow and ice are quickly melting and causing major floods in some Canadian regions. At this time of year, it’s important to know what to do in case of an emergency so that people can get to safety as quickly as possible and have minimal damage on their homes [...]

    25 01, 2018

    How to Stormproof Your Home

    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

    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

    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 [...]