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Five Overlooked Steps Small Business Owners Can Take To Reduce Fire Hazards

Many savvy business owners are already reducing fire hazards in the workplace. Common measures include servicing equipment regularly, avoiding power strip overload and turning off equipment at the end of the day. But small business owners often overlook five other important steps. Cut fire risks[...]

Repairing Widespread Storm Damage Requires Well-Organized Home Owner Records

When a ferocious spring storm shredded power lines, flooded creeks and downed trees across town, you missed the frightening wind and black skies while enjoying the Saturday movie matinee. Your house wasn’t so lucky. The stately oak tree outside the dining room landed across your roof and garage.[...]

Our Paul Davis Commitment to Sustainability: Paul Davis – Ever. Green.

Reduce cost, minimize waste, save energy, use fewer resources, prioritize earth-friendly and human safe products – these guiding principles underpin our company-wide commitment to sustainability and environmental responsibility called Paul Davis – Ever. Green. The program represents the[...]

Professional Techniques that Erase Smoke Odours from Clothing and Furniture

Where there’s fire, there’s smoke. Eclipsing flames and heat, it’s the most ruinous and far-reaching component of that fire. Thick and dark, it damages everything in its path. Items touched by smoke often have long memories even though they may appear unaffected. Months after the flames are[...]

Special Care Needed Following Dry Chemical Fire Extinguisher Use

Grabbing a portable fire extinguisher to quench a small fire is a smart move that works most of the time. Research suggests that an astonishing 95 percent of fires can be successfully quenched if quick thinkers deploy these devices shortly after ignition. But as soon as the fire is out and calm[...]