Emergency Preparedness

Businesses Take Extra Care When Selecting Companies After A Flood or Fire

What’s the first thing to do after your business is damaged by a flood or fire? Protect yourself and your employees: evacuate safely and don’t reenter the ravaged premises. Only professionals are trained to handle disaster-damaged buildings without risking structural collapse, electrocution,[...]

Mitigation Efforts During COVID Require Extraordinary Customer Care

When fire severely damages a high-rise building in a dense urban center, it’s clear that mitigation and restoration activities will be challenging. When that building houses vulnerable seniors already stressed by the city’s recent public unrest on top of a pandemic, it’s a given that most[...]

After a Disaster Don’t Be Rushed into Hiring Mitigation Services

Chaos and panic frequently set in as the floodwaters recede, the smoke clears or the wind subsides. Every property owner has the same urge: fix it right,  and right now. It’s a purely human response after a shocking disaster has upended lives and obliterated familiar surroundings.  “Right[...]

New Office Opens in the Middle of Major Disaster

We are pleased to announce that Paul Davis of the Iowa Corridor is open for business. Owner Matt Banning has assembled A-players to deliver best in class recovery, restoration, and reconstruction results to those in Eastern Iowa. Given his background and shared Paul Davis values, Matt is poised for[...]

Summer Storm Roof Damage That Commercial Property Owners Frequently Overlook

The wind, hail and heavy rain from summer storms test commercial roofing. “We talk to customers about maintaining a good relationship with their roof – it’s a system that you invested a lot in, rely on heavily and will be with you long-term,” says Leslie Anderson, Vice President of Training[...]