Fire Safety

Practise these 7 kitchen safety tips

It’s the heart of the home. It’s the gathering point to cook, eat, drink, and more. It’s also a prime location for accidents. No matter how large or small your kitchen, there is always the possibility that an accident or fire can occur. Identifying possible outcomes is a strong starting point[...]

Step Up With New Home Security Solutions

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After a Commercial Fire: Smoke, Soot and Water Issues Unite

When shocked owners and employees survey the sodden mess after a fire guts their workplace, it’s tempting to immediately don paper masks, sturdy shoes and coveralls to rescue important items. Tempting, but ill-advised: the soot, water and char that have spread throughout the fire scene and across[...]

Office Fire Prevention Tips

When you think about the repercussions of a fire, your first thought is probably the damage to your home. You’ve likely taken the normal precautions to ensure that your home is not susceptible to a house fire. Or, if it is, you have taken protective measures such as installing smoke detectors so[...]

What Happens When You Call Paul Davis?

If your priceless family bible – a fragile 1832 German edition, no less – is among the possessions soaked in home flood waters, what do you do? One bible owner, and countless other distressed disaster victims in North America, immediately called Paul Davis Restoration. They knew that Paul Davis[...]