Tag: Hurricane

Get Ahead of the 2024 Hurricane Season

Batten down the hatches: an explosive 2024 hurricane season looms. “As the climate changes, hurricane risks in Canada continue to increase,” says John Stoker, President, Paul Davis Restoration Central Nova Scotia, NS. “People in eastern Canada found out that the hazards were real when Hurricane Lee struck last September. This… Read more »

Homeowners Wise to Anticipate Hurricane Forecast for 2021

Cue the suspense music: hurricane season is bearing down on East Coast property owners. Officially, the season spans June 1 through the end of November but the last six seasons started early and ended late. Last year was the worst hurricane season on record and forecasters expect another blockbuster year… Read more »

New Office Opens in the Middle of Major Disaster

We are pleased to announce that Paul Davis of the Iowa Corridor is open for business. Owner Matt Banning has assembled A-players to deliver best in class recovery, restoration, and reconstruction results to those in Eastern Iowa. Given his background and shared Paul Davis values, Matt is poised for a… Read more »

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 quarter of those made… Read more »

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 winds, property damage and flooding… Read more »