Fire Safety

Better Ways to Store Flammables at Home

We all have flammables in our home, but do you know how to properly store them when they’re not in use? Many people do not. When stored improperly, flammables can have devastating consequences including poisoning, fires, and explosions. So if you keep gasoline, propane or other flammables in or[...]

For Smoke-Damaged Electronics, Be Smart and Hire a Pro

Few of us can manage our daily lives without mobile phones, tablets, laptop and desktop computers, along with routers, printers, and so much more. After a fire with even a slight degree of smoke, sensitive electronics like these can become contaminated. In post-fire situations, these devices may[...]

10 Reasons First Priority® for Paul Davis Customers is Attracting More Devotees

Business continuity planning is seen today as a vital and integral activity for companies large and small. Hoping for the best without preparing for the worst is a dangerous red flag that company owners, management, financial backers and local government officials see as short-sighted and extremely[...]

Avoiding Stovetop Fires

The possibility of any house fire is frightening, and kitchen fires rank among the most likely occurrences. According to the National Fire Protection Association NFPA, cooking causes 43% of reported home fires, and most of these fires start around the kitchen stovetop. While fire safety has come a[...]

Paul Davis Companies Excel in Cleaning Fire-Affected Contents

Thanks to ever more rapid first responder times to a fire scene, home and business fires in many communities are less likely today to result in complete losses than in years past. Better equipment and better training also diminish damage caused by many fires. According to experts at Paul Davis[...]