Contents Cleaning and Restoration After Flood, Fire, or Severe Weather

After a severe storm or a disaster such as a flood or a fire in Vancouver, the first thing that most home and business owners notice is the resulting structural damage. As the cleanup process commences, however, the focus often shifts to the important, meaningful, and valuable possessions that were[...]

What to Do If Your Vancouver Home Sustains Wind Damage

  The Greater Vancouver area is no stranger to strong windstorms, and wind damage in Vancouver can be severe and very expensive. A good example of this was the Hanukkah Eve windstorm of 2006, which uprooted 10,000 trees and left over a quarter million BC hydro customers without power.[...]

How to Waterproof Your Vancouver Property

  At Paul Davis, we provide flood damage and water damage restoration services after heavy rainfall in the Greater Vancouver area. Windstorms and heavy rain are common in BC, particularly along the coast. In fact, Vancouver is the third rainiest city in the whole country, receiving an annual[...]

Why You Need a Professional to Deal With Water Damage

Why you need a professional to deal with water damage Canadian weather can be incredibly heartless in the way it treats the structural integrity of your home. Sometimes, with the harsh winters and heavy rainstorms, it’s easy for your home to get damaged and for water to get in and flood your[...]

Water Damage? Best to Hire IICRC Certified Specialists

Water and flood damage is something that a lot of home and business owners have to deal with. Understandably, damage like this causes a big headache, and it’s definitely a time when you should call in the professionals. But what does it mean to hire a “professional” when it comes to water[...]

September is National Preparedness Month

While every family would like to think they’re prepared for a disaster, the truth is that many aren’t. Our friends in the U.S. celebrate National Preparedness Month all September long. It’s the perfect time to remind customers to have a game plan in place if disaster strikes. While no one[...]

Tornadoes in August

While most Canadians are aware of Tornadoes that happen south of us in the United States, many of us don’t have a clear image of where Tornadoes happen right here at home. While not nearly as active as the United States, Canada still gets about 62 verified Tornadoes per year. Saskatchewan has the[...]

Dangers of Frayed Lamp and Appliance Wires

You might be taking a huge risk that you’re not even aware of. In today’s electricity-powered world, we have an excess of cords. This doesn’t just tie back to smartphones and laptops, though. We also have lamps, microwaves, coffee makers, and toasters. Our televisions are constantly plugged[...]