Whether you’re a snowbird who leaves their Indiana home every winter or you suffer through the bitter cold, Spring means it’s time to start de-winterizing your home.
The pandemic has made us all more aware of the spread of viral infections. The good news is that we’ve also learned how to better protect ourselves at home and in the office. Here are a few tips to keep you and your family safe while we navigate the new normal.
A frozen pipe is probably one of the biggest little-nightmares a homeowner in the Midwest can face.
Fortunately, there’s plenty you can do to help prevent your pipes from freezing this winter, and you have a few options to fix them in case they end up on ice.
Here we learn tips on preventing frozen pipes, and what to do if you should face this problem.
While celebrating the holiday season, it’s important to put fire safety on your list and check it twice. With a little preparation, homeowners can reduce their risk of a house fire and keep their celebrations merry and bright. Here are some tips to keep in mind.
Across North America, communities trust Paul Davis to be there anytime night or day, to help in times of great distress, to recover from disasters of all kinds, to pitch in anywhere neighbors need a hand. Here are just a few of the many charitable causes that Paul Davis supported… Read more »
After a gymnasium fire spread smoke throughout a 30,000-square-foot high school, Paul Davis knew exactly how to eliminate lingering odors that posed a danger to students: hydroxyl generation. Technicians used special equipment to direct this odor-neutralizing substance into affected areas. In less than three weeks, the gymnasium smelled fresh, clean… Read more »
Insurance professionals and commercial restoration contractors are multi-talented. They assess damaged roofs and process mold claims expertly. They spot ineffective drying, navigate complicated regulatory landscapes and capably undertake a vast range of additional mitigation and restoration duties. Maintaining this broad expertise – and meeting diverse licensing requirements in different municipalities… Read more »
Worn machinery, storms, downed tree limbs, peak demand times, even wild animals contacting transformers can bring commerce to an abrupt halt when the power goes out. Unfortunately, power outages occur more often in the United States than in any other industrialized nation. Further, they are becoming more frequent as our… Read more »
Sparked in an overstuffed rag bin, the 1911 Triangle Shirtwaist Fire in New York City killed 145 workers in just 18 minutes. Multiple factors led to one of the deadliest business disasters in history – among them, firefighting ladders could not reach the eighth-floor blaze – but the building itself… Read more »
Commercial building owners and managers are frequently troubled by the many ways that water escapes its confines. Dripping, leaking, soaking, spraying, trickling – water damages right out in the open, or silently behind the scenes. It’s insidious, seeping into the tightest crevices and even soaking into hard materials like concrete… Read more »