Emergency Preparedness

Paul Davis Recommends Businesses Get Ready for 2020 Hurricane Season

Arthur, Bertha and Cristobal ushered in a very active 2020 hurricane season. Though hurricanes are less threatening to Canada than to its southern neighbour, experts say that nearly 40 percent of Atlantic named storms entered the Canadian Hurricane Centre Response zone between 1951 and 2008. A[...]

Will Summer Weather Include More Severe Storms Throughout North America?

When it comes to severe weather, this year will be one for the record books. The first named Atlantic storm churned into existence before hurricane season started and forecasters predict an unprecedented 16 named systems in 2020. Meanwhile, furious thunderstorms and hailstorms have already aimed[...]

Smart Preparation Minimizes Recurring Wind Damage on Properties

Cape Dennison in Antarctica is the windiest place on earth, with top wind speeds clocking in at 240 kilometers per hour. Few North American property owners experience these eye-popping extremes but our planet is becoming breezier. In less than a decade, global average wind speeds have increased from[...]

Post-COVID-19 Operation How-To Guide for Commercial Properties

For commercial properties operating in the new normal, business is no longer as usual. Uncertainty is a certainty. Change is rapid. Familiar procedures may no longer apply. Advice varies. Paul Davis is a leader that building owners, property managers, and employers need to navigate these difficult[...]

Paul Davis Follows Latest Guidelines for COVID-19 Cleanup

With the coronavirus, there is much we still don’t know. We are unsure exactly how long the virus lives on different surfaces though evidence suggests it remains viable for days on non-porous materials. We don’t know how long the air inside a room with a coronavirus victim remains infectious[...]