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Put Safeguards in Place Before Wildfires Peak in the Months Ahead

The 2018 wildfires in the British Columbia charred many thousands of square kilometers and reduced entire towns to ashes, triggering scary memories of the severe 2017 fires that forced 65,000 people from their homes. In Canada, peak risks occur April through September but veteran forecasters warn of[...]

In Memory of Our Founder Paul W. Davis

“Our offices are a bit somber this morning,” said Rich Wilson, President and CEO of Jacksonville-based Paul Davis Restoration Inc on Friday, June 14th. “We learned today of the passing of our founder Paul Woodall Davis at the age of 92. I am so pleased that I got to visit him recently and[...]

Paul Davis Finds Four More Ways to Pay Back Local Communities

With locations across North America, Paul Davis is privileged to call many wonderful communities home. We’re honored to better these communities wherever and whenever needs arise, whether responding to disasters or supporting local causes with volunteers and funds. The company and its employees[...]

2019 Extreme Weather Incidents Prove Disruptive, With More to Come

Insured damages from ice storms, floods, windstorms and tornadoes across Canada rang up an astounding C$1.9 billion in costs last year, according to the Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC). That organization noted that the year 2018 ranked fourth overall for highest amount of losses on record. This[...]

Know Your Mould ABCs: Staying Safe After Canada’s Spring Floods

Thousands of residents in Quebec, Ontario and New Brunswick fled their homes after days of extreme flooding this spring. As municipalities and citizens struggle to recover, they confront a threat that many Alberta citizens remember from their own floods in 2013: mould. Though mould is the most[...]