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Understanding Why Employees Find Work at Paul Davis Restoration Exceptionally Rewarding

Cleaning a blackened home after a fire, properly restoring flooded properties, rebuilding a roof after a devastating storm, volunteering for local charities – Paul Davis employees come together to form a strong and united force helping people in their times of greatest need. It’s a shared[...]

Paul Davis Northwest New Brunswick is Open and Operating

New Owner Sylvie Levesque is a pioneering businesswoman as the first and only woman to be the sole owner of a Paul Davis franchise in the Maritime Provinces. Additionally, she is one of only two females who have 100 percent ownership of Paul Davis franchises in Canada among 60 offices[...]

Paul Davis Boosts Local Community Charitable Efforts

Paul Davis contributes to communities in many different ways, not only helping neighbours recover from disasters large and small but also pitching in to support charity with people, time and funding. These are just a few of the many causes that we were privileged to assist as they pursue worthy[...]

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[...]

Paul Davis’ Corporate Operations Team Focuses on Large Complex Loss Incidents

Concerned about what would happen if a flood, fire, tornado or hurricane struck your commercial property? Worry no more. Paul Davis National (PDN), the corporate operations team, focuses specifically on mitigating and restoring complex large loss incidents that the hundreds of local Paul Davis[...]

Broad-based Restoration Skills Deliver Greater Satisfaction for Commercial Customers

Whether they are in the path of fire, flood or a different disaster, commercial customers with large or multi-location properties have unique mitigation and restoration needs. Damage affects more square footage, destroys a broader range of building materials, displaces more people and inflicts[...]

Mother Nature Topples This Tulsa Church Steeple, But Not For Long

The tornado whirling through Tulsa, Oklahoma, on the night of May 26 did more than down trees and lift shingles. Its vicious winds toppled the Central Church of the Nazarene’s dilapidated 40-year-old steeple. Called in hours after the storm, Paul Davis rigged tarps to cover the exposed roof area[...]

Portable Fire Extinguishers: Everyone’s First Line of Defence

The April 15-16, 2019 devastating fire that ravaged France’s national treasure Notre Dame started like many fires do: with a stray cigarette or electrical spark that could have been easily extinguished if caught early. Vigilance is one key to avoiding disasters like this one. The inspector,[...]