Winter Is Coming – Prepare Your Commercial Property Now

Winter is arguably the most brutal season for buildings. Snow, ice, and freezing temperatures can all take their toll on your home or facility. The good news? There are multiple ways throughout the year to help protect your property from damage. Start with inspecting some key areas of your commercial… Read more »

Extra Safety During Flood Alerts

Floods are one of the most powerful and devastating natural disasters that can occur. While some areas are more prone to floods than others, the fact is that almost anywhere there can be rain, there can also be a flood. Serious floods can range from large and foreboding to smaller… Read more »

When Should You Worry About Black Mold

Black mold: these words provoke fear and anxiety for homeowners, but they shouldn’t. Knowing more about black mold helps you discern when you have a problem, how to battle it if necessary, and ultimately sleep well at night in a healthy home. While black mold is less common than other… Read more »

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 answers… Read more »

Prepare Ahead for Possible Spring Thaw Flooding

Prepare Ahead for Possible Spring Thaw Flooding Every spring brings new tales of unexpected rising river levels and other spring thaw-related water woes. This spring will likely be no different. Rather than wait and wonder, Paul Davis companies throughout the U.S. suggest that homeowners — even those without basements —… Read more »

Getting Back to Business After a Flood

Ask any business owner who has suffered through a flood and you’ll hear these words: I hope that never happens to us again. But hope is not a strategy, and mapping out a business continuity plan for flood, fire, electrical outage, and yes, even civil unrest, is as important as locking… Read more »

Four 2018 Predictions to Ponder

Wouldn’t it be great if we could accurately forecast the future and act upon the insights we might glean? History has proven time and again that ‘accuracy’ and ‘forecast’ are hard to merge successfully, but studying trends does improve the odds. With that in mind, we’ve looked at a long… Read more »

Preparing for the Thaw

Preparing for the Thaw While a temporary respite from single digit temperature forecasts this week may come as relief to many, it could lead to potential damage to your home or property – And broken water pipes are to blame.   During extended periods of below freezing temperatures, pipes particularly… Read more »

Winter Has Arrived

Winter Has Arrived …And it appears that the 2018 winter months are going to feature a nationwide split between colder and wetter-than-average conditions in many parts of the northern tier U.S., while the southern tier states will experience warmer and drier-than-average conditions overall, according to The Weather Company, an IBM… Read more »

Safety for Burning Brush at Your Home

Backyard burning is a popular autumn activity. And yet, there are many homeowners that don’t follow the basic rules of burning. There were 68,151 wildfires, which burned 10.1 million acres, in 2015 according to the National Interagency Fire Center. So before you burn any yard waste or debris this fall consider… Read more »