Emergency Preparedness

Preventative Flooding Measures for Commercial Properties

Floods are the most common natural disaster in Canada, ringing up billions in losses over the last 10 years. The Munk School of Global Affairs in Toronto recently found that flooding is more costly to Canadians than fire and theft, and the threat is rising rapidly as the climate changes. It behooves[...]

Helping Small Business Owners Launch a Rigorous Business Emergency Plan

Small businesses do many things right – they’re nimble, creative, collaborative and offer great team atmospheres – but one thing is a challenge for every compact company: surviving a disaster. As many as 40 percent never open their doors after experiencing a flood, fire or severe storm. The[...]

Paul Davis Restoration Takes Significant Steps in Coronavirus COVID-19 and Disease Response

Press Release March 03, 2020, Jacksonville, FLA – Paul Davis Restoration one of the most trusted brands in fire, water and mold damage emergency and restoration services for residential and commercial properties has taken proactive steps to respond in case of a coronavirus outbreak in regions[...]

Insurance Policy Owners Need to Understand Their Mitigation Responsibilities

Reading an insurance policy can be tough going without a broker to translate. It’s a dense document packed with legalese and terminology that’s challenging for non-insurance professionals to decipher. One section deserves particular scrutiny anyway: the mitigation of damages clause. It’s a key[...]

Seven Great Ways to Defend Against Ice Dams in Winter

For property owners in Canada, indoor water damage stemming from the roof is a bigger threat after winter snows than summer thunderstorms. The frigid problem starts with ice dams: the roof melts snow, water flows down to the colder eaves and refreezes there. As this cycle repeats, ice accumulates in[...]